B.S. in Nursing: Pre-Licensure – Global Studies
Prepare for a Global Nursing Career with the Residential B.S. in Nursing: Global Studies (Pre-Licensure)
Open the door for global opportunities in your nursing career with your Nursing: Pre-Licensure (B.S.N.) – Global Studies cognate degree. Here, you’ll discover how to provide nursing care to diverse populations.
Nurses care for diverse communities in the U.S. and serve on medical missions trips or as part of overseas medical teams. In this cognate, you will:
- Grow in your knowledge of diverse cultures
- Gain an understanding of cultural intelligence
- Improve your skills in communicating with various people groups.
- Have the opportunity to attend medical missions trips with LUSON.
Study under faculty who are grounded in their Christian faith and who have experience serving as nurses in various cultures. With this cognate, you’ll learn how to communicate with patients and families in a culturally sensitive way that improves their medical care experience. Whether you’re interacting in a community or an acute care setting, your cultural awareness will positively impact your nursing skills.
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Academics for B.S. in Nursing: Global Studies (pre-licensure)
138 total credit hours
Program of Study
Featured Global Studies Courses
- Introduction to Global Studies (GLST 200)
- Intercultural Communication and Engagement (GLST 220)
- Cultural Anthropology (GLST 290)
Start Your Nursing Career
Spring Semester and Spring Accelerated: August 1-October 1
Fall Semester and Summer Accelerated: December 1-February 28
*You must apply and be accepted to Liberty first before accessing the BSN Program application.
Career Opportunities for Nurses with a BSN: Global Studies
- Medical Missions
- Missionary Nursing
- Nursing Abroad
- Flight Nurse
- Physician’s Office
- Public Health
- Emergency Department
- Clinic Nurse
- Critical Care
The baccalaureate degree program in nursing, master’s degree program in nursing, Doctor of Nursing Practice program, and the post-graduate APRN certificate program at Liberty University School of Nursing are accredited by the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education, 655 K Street, NW, Suite 750, Washington, DC 20001, (202) 887-6791.