Southern Wesleyan University
Southern Wesleyan University is a private Christian university committed to liberal arts and professional education. We are proud to be an institution of The Wesleyan Church, a worldwide body of evangelical Protestant believers. Our name has changed over the years, but our mission—to be a Christian community of learners that recognizes God as the source of all truth and wisdom—has remained.
Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges (SACSCOC)
Professionalism, Servant Leadership and Christian Ethic of Care
SWU’s RN to BSN degree is focused on developing virtuous professionals who demonstrate servant leadership characteristics rooted in the Christian ethic of care. Through this program, you will become a leader in providing high-quality, evidence-based care. Graduates will be prepared to practice servant leadership and ethical, evidence-informed, collaborative healthcare supporting individuals, families, communities, and diverse populations.
Certification in Virtuous Servant Leadership
Nurses can earn their BSN with certification in Virtuous Servant Leadership fully online, working from home and in their home community, while collaborating with other nurses throughout the country.
It is true, there are RN to BSN degree programs where you can finish your degree faster. The SWU program format is designed to foster a learning environment where busy individuals don’t have to put everything on hold to earn their degree. Students have the flexibility of taking one course at a time or doubling up if the desire is to finish the degree faster. Our research indicates students who can manage their course load along with the demands of life perform better and retain valuable information at a higher level. Our courses are taught from faculty with advanced subject knowledge and valuable practical experience who understand the demands of the healthcare profession.
Graduates will be prepared to practice servant leadership and ethical, evidence-informed, collaborative healthcare supporting individuals, families, communities, and diverse populations.