Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN)

Our nursing school program is a three-year curriculum leading to the Bachelor of Science in nursing (BSN). The BSN curriculum mirrors the standards of U.S. nursing schools and follows the guidelines of the Caribbean Regional Nursing Board. Students receive excellent training from highly credentialed nursing and other faculty. Graduates can practice in the USA and the Caribbean as well as other parts of the world.

The entire program is spent on campus in Antigua. Students complete practical rotations at the Mount St. John Medical Center and other government health care facilities in Antigua. Graduates of the program are eligible to take the NCLEX examination and the Caribbean Regional Board Examination for licensure as an RN.

Meet John, from Nigeria. Nursing School Alumni

Term I
English I

General and Organic Chemistry

University Algebra

Introduction to Psychology

Introduction to Philosophy

Island Health and Economics

Term II
English II

Biochemistry

Human Growth and Development

Introduction to Nursing

Prof. Introduction to Sociology

Anatomy and Physiology I

Term III
Fundamentals of Nursing I

Spanish I

Health Assessment I

Biostatistics

Nutrition

Nursing Informatics

Anatomy and Physiology II

Term IV
Microbiology

Health Assessment II

Spanish II

Principles of Pathophysiology

Pharmacology in Nursing

Strategies of Health Education

Disaster Management and Prep

 

Term V
Adult Health Nursing I

Nursing Ethics

Fundamentals in Nursing II

Term VI

Community Health Nursing

Nursing Leadership

Mental Health Nursing

Term VII
Maternal and Child Health Nursing

Gerontological Nursing

Term VIII
Nursing Area of Concentration

+ Overview

Our nursing school program is a three-year curriculum leading to the Bachelor of Science in nursing (BSN). The BSN curriculum mirrors the standards of U.S. nursing schools and follows the guidelines of the Caribbean Regional Nursing Board. Students receive excellent training from highly credentialed nursing and other faculty. Graduates can practice in the USA and the Caribbean as well as other parts of the world.

The entire program is spent on campus in Antigua. Students complete practical rotations at the Mount St. John Medical Center and other government health care facilities in Antigua. Graduates of the program are eligible to take the NCLEX examination and the Caribbean Regional Board Examination for licensure as an RN.

Meet John, from Nigeria. Nursing School Alumni

+ Nursing Curriculum

Term I
English I

General and Organic Chemistry

University Algebra

Introduction to Psychology

Introduction to Philosophy

Island Health and Economics

Term II
English II

Biochemistry

Human Growth and Development

Introduction to Nursing

Prof. Introduction to Sociology

Anatomy and Physiology I

Term III
Fundamentals of Nursing I

Spanish I

Health Assessment I

Biostatistics

Nutrition

Nursing Informatics

Anatomy and Physiology II

Term IV
Microbiology

Health Assessment II

Spanish II

Principles of Pathophysiology

Pharmacology in Nursing

Strategies of Health Education

Disaster Management and Prep

 

Term V
Adult Health Nursing I

Nursing Ethics

Fundamentals in Nursing II

Term VI

Community Health Nursing

Nursing Leadership

Mental Health Nursing

Term VII
Maternal and Child Health Nursing

Gerontological Nursing

Term VIII
Nursing Area of Concentration