Integrated Pathway to a B.S. in Nursing

Upcoming Information Session

Tuesday, September 15th: 6 pm
Health Sciences Campus, 5420 Miller Street, Arvada - Room 7102
No reservation required.
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Red Rocks Community College and the University of Colorado’s College of Nursing offer a unique, integrated pathway to earn a Bachelor of Science degree in Nursing. The Integrated Nursing Pathway (INP) program provides outstanding preparation for professional nursing practice. Designed to increase access for community college students to a B.S. degree in Nursing, it emphasizes the value of a diverse student population as a way to achieving excellence in practice that is reflective of the cultural diversity of health care recipients.

  • Students will learn, study, and support each other throughout the program as a cohort group.
  • Expert faculty and staff will be available to offer ongoing support and provide the best learning opportunities for successful completion.
  • Students will complete their first year in the Integrated Nursing program on the new, state-of-the-art RRCC Health Sciences campus.
  • Students are required to successfully complete specific prerequisite courses in preparation for application to the Integrated Nursing Pathway program.
  • Students must also maintain a minimum cumulative grade point average of 3.0, including all course attempts.  The minimum acceptable grade for prerequisite courses is a "C."
  • They must also maintain a grade point average of a at least a 3.0 for both the prerequisite coursework and as well as all college coursework.
  • Selected applicants participate in an interview process
  • This program is intended for Community College students who complete the majority of their prerequisite courses at Red Rocks Community College.

After the first year enrolled in the INP program, students graduate from RRCC with an Associate of General Studies degree, then transition to the College of Nursing at the Anschutz Medical Campus to integrate into the Traditional Pathways nursing program. There they take six consecutive semesters of nursing courses and graduate with a Bachelor of Science degree in Nursing from one of the top-ranked programs in the country.

Integrated Pathway to a B.S. in Nursing

Upcoming Information Session

Tuesday, September 15th: 6 pm
Health Sciences Campus, 5420 Miller Street, Arvada - Room 7102
No reservation required.
________________________________________________________________

Red Rocks Community College and the University of Colorado’s College of Nursing offer a unique, integrated pathway to earn a Bachelor of Science degree in Nursing. The Integrated Nursing Pathway (INP) program provides outstanding preparation for professional nursing practice. Designed to increase access for community college students to a B.S. degree in Nursing, it emphasizes the value of a diverse student population as a way to achieving excellence in practice that is reflective of the cultural diversity of health care recipients.

  • Students will learn, study, and support each other throughout the program as a cohort group.
  • Expert faculty and staff will be available to offer ongoing support and provide the best learning opportunities for successful completion.
  • Students will complete their first year in the Integrated Nursing program on the new, state-of-the-art RRCC Health Sciences campus.
  • Students are required to successfully complete specific prerequisite courses in preparation for application to the Integrated Nursing Pathway program.
  • Students must also maintain a minimum cumulative grade point average of 3.0, including all course attempts.  The minimum acceptable grade for prerequisite courses is a "C."
  • They must also maintain a grade point average of a at least a 3.0 for both the prerequisite coursework and as well as all college coursework.
  • Selected applicants participate in an interview process
  • This program is intended for Community College students who complete the majority of their prerequisite courses at Red Rocks Community College.

After the first year enrolled in the INP program, students graduate from RRCC with an Associate of General Studies degree, then transition to the College of Nursing at the Anschutz Medical Campus to integrate into the Traditional Pathways nursing program. There they take six consecutive semesters of nursing courses and graduate with a Bachelor of Science degree in Nursing from one of the top-ranked programs in the country.