Nursing

Message from the Chair

The nursing field is experiencing significant growth. With a nursing degree from The Lincoln University, you can be right there, garnering the growth and learning opportunities while paving the way to a rewarding career. Our aim is to develop nurse leaders who are caring and knowledgeable in nursing science, adept in research, secure in the use of technologies, and prepared for continuous advancement in our ever-evolving healthcare environments. Presently, we offer a traditional pre-licensure program. The RN-BSN hybrid and online programs are scheduled to launch during 2016. We’re excited at the prospect of you joining our nursing family. We welcome you to reach out to us for more info … you’ll be glad you did!

Joyce Taylor
Interim Director, Nursing

Mission Statement

Our mission is to...

  • Provide high levels of liberal and professional educational experiences to a diverse nursing student population.
  • Prepare graduates with superior knowledge and skills to serve local, national, and global communities through quality, patient-centered, holistic nursing care.
  • Develop nurse leaders to participate in building the nursing profession through nursing research, scholarship, and evidenced-based practice.

Overview

Program Overview

Nursing at Lincoln University offers two tracks for those pursuing careers in the nursing profession through undergraduate study. These are the Pre-Licensure BSN and the part-time RN to BSN program. The pre-licensure BSN program at Lincoln University is designed for high school graduates, change of major students, and transferring students. Currently, the BSN program is a full-time day program that can be completed in less than 2 years following the completion of the pre-nursing course requirements. Nursing courses start at the junior level with a progressive nursing curriculum that will allow students to build a solid foundation for nursing practice. Graduates of the pre-licensure BSN program are eligible to sit for the NCLEX-RN exam. The BSN program is approved by the Pennsylvania State Board of Nursing and is accredited by the Middle States Commission on Higher Education and the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education (CCNE).

Program Features

  • A Diverse student population
  • Smaller class sizes
  • Low student-to-faculty ratio in clinical settings
  • Web-assisted courses
  • Values-based curriculum
  • Integrated digital e-learning
  • Supportive classroom environment
  • Peer-mentoring program
  • Research opportunities
  • Path to Academic Success resource

 

  • Nursing Pre-licensure BSN

    Program Goals

    The Nursing Pre-licensure BSN program is one of two programs offered by the Nursing Department of the College of Science and Technology.

    The nursing program seeks to:

    Outcomes

    • Caring – Students will demonstrate caring attitudes and behaviors as they carry out the work of professional nursing with the understanding of human development, the goal of preserving dignity, and aspirations of promoting health and wellness for individuals, patients, and themselves.
    • Knowledge – Students will apply knowledge synthesized from nursing science to evidence-based nursing care delivery.
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  • Nursing RN to BSN Program

    Program Goals

    The Nursing RN to BSN program is one of two programs offered by the Nursing Department of the College of Science and Technology.

    The nursing program seeks to:

    Outcomes

    A BSN degree enables you to:

    • Expand career opportunities, i.e. joining a Magnet Hospital®
    • Improve your earning potential
    • Participate in leadership roles
    • Pursue ongoing professional growth

    Benefits of Lincoln University’s Hybrid/Online RN-BSN Program

    • Smaller class sizes
    • Individualized learning
    • Clinical practicums that are tailored to meet your needs which can be completed in a healthcare facility near you
    • Flexible scheduling
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Contact
Office Address: Ivory V. Nelson Science Center 323
Joyce Taylor RN, MSN, CCRN Interim Nursing Program Director/Chair jtaylor@lincoln.edu 484-365-7867
  • Ivory V. Nelson Science Center 331
Diane Neikam Pre-licensure BSN Program Assistant, Nursing Depatment dneikam@lincoln.edu 484-365-7497
  • Ivory V. Nelson Science Center 325
Dana Wallace Coordinator and Recruiter, Nursing Department dwallace@lincoln.edu 484-365-7707
  • Ivory V. Nelson Science Center 315

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