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Download the assignment below and go to at the website, click play on the audio bar and listen to the. Becker's Classroom: Welcome to English 10 and Honors English 10! Here you will find the unit materials and supplementary materials for success in class. The School of Nursing & Health Sciences offers three nursing programs. Associate of Science in Nursing Bachelor of Science in Nursing RN to BSN Becker College is accredited by the New England Association of Colleges and Secondary Schools. The associate of science in nursing program (ASN) program is accredited by the Accreditation Commission for Education. Turn right into the 7 feet 7 inches wide x 6 feet bathroom with step-in shower, raised toilet, and grab bar. Exit the bathroom and turn right into the 11 feet 3 inches wide x 11 feet 3 inches deep bedroom with a pull cord and a closet behind sliding doors. Turn right into the 13 feet wide 6 inches deep x 12 feet 3 inches deep living room. FULL TEXT: Here you will find the entire text of a Narrative of Frederick Douglass and the Appendix Questions. You are required to only read chapters 1, 2, and the Appendix, complete metacognitive logs for each, and the appendix questions.

President-elect Joe Biden on Dec. 10 said he plans to nominate Denis McDonough to lead the Department of Veterans Affairs.

Here are four things to know about the nomination.

1. Mr. McDonough is a lifelong public servant who served as White House chief of staff for President Barack Obama from February 2013 to January 2017. He also chaired the National Security Council's Deputies Committee and served as principal deputy national security adviser.

2. The nomination considered Mr. McDonough's previous work on behalf of military families and veterans. He 'earned the trust of the president-elect as a first-class manager with the knowledge and vision to deliver results. McDonough knows the ins and outs of government, and if confirmed [by the U.S. Senate], he will pull every lever to deliver results for veterans and their families,' Mr. Biden's announcement stated.

3. Mr. McDonough does not have military experience. Some veterans groups hoped Mr. Biden would tap a veteran of the Iraq or Afghanistan wars to lead the VA, according to CNN.

4. Before working in the White House, Mr. McDonough held senior leadership and policymaking positions in the U.S. House of Representatives and U.S. Senate.

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The School of Nursing & Health Sciences offers three nursing programs.

Becker College is accredited by the New England Association of Colleges and Secondary Schools.

The associate of science in nursing program (ASN) program is accredited by the Accreditation Commission for Education in Nursing (ACEN) and approved by the Massachusetts Board of Registration in Nursing (BORN).

The bachelor of science in nursing program is accredited by the Accreditation Commission for Education in Nursing (ACEN) and on approval with warning Massachusetts Board of Registration in Nursing (BORN).

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BSN Approval with Warning FAQ’s

For additional information on Accreditation Commission for Education in Nursing (ACEN) accreditation status, please see the link below:

  • Massachusetts Board of Registration in Nursing (BORN)
    239 Causeway Street, 5th Floor, Suite 500
    Boston, MA 02114
    800.414.0168
  • Accreditation Commission for Education in Nursing, Inc. (ACEN)
    3343 Peachtree Road, Suite 850
    Atlanta, Georgia 30326
    404.975.5000
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The RN to BSN program is accredited by the Accreditation Commission for Education in Nursing (ACEN).

  • Accreditation Commission for Education in Nursing, Inc. (ACEN)
    3343 Peachtree Road, NE, Suite 850
    Atlanta, GA 30326
    404.975.5000

Student Achievement Outcome Data

Program Goals/Outcomes

ASN Program outcomes

  1. 80% of all first-time NCLEX test takers will pass during the same 12-month period.
  2. 70% of ASN students admitted into the program will complete the nursing program within 150% of the program length (7 semesters/3 years).
  3. 80% of graduates who respond to inquiries (email, phone, in person, and survey) will be employed as a registered nurse within 12 months after graduation.

BSN Program outcomes

  1. 80% of all first-time NCLEX test takers will pass during the same 12-month period.
  2. 70% of BSN students admitted into the program will complete the nursing program within 150% of the program length (8 semesters).
  3. 80% of graduates who respond to inquiries (email, phone, in person, and survey) will be employed as a registered nurse within 12 months after graduation.

RN-BSN Program outcomes

  1. 70% of RN-BSN graduates complete the nursing program within 150% of the program length (6 semesters/6 years).
  2. 80% of graduates who respond to inquiries (email, phone, in person, and survey) will be employed as a registered nurse within 12 months after graduation.

Becker College Nursing Student Outcomes

NCLEX-RN Pass Rates

Expected Level of Achievement developed by Becker College Faculty (and reported to ACEN accrediting body) are at or above national mean.

National Results:Becker College Results:
ASN
2019 National Results:88%2019 Becker College Results:82%
2018 National Results:88%2018 Becker College Results:98%
2017 National Results: 87%2017 Becker College Results:96%
BSN
2019 National Results:88%2019 Becker College Results:94%
2018 National Results:88%2018 Becker College Results:93%
2017 National Results:87%2017 Becker College Results:92%
RN to BSN
N/A**

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* The BSN started in Fall 2012 with first graduating class in 2016.

** NCLEX is not applicable as all students are registered nurses.

National Statistics: National Council of State Boards of Nursing, Inc., NCLEX-RN (2015, 2016, 2017, 2018). NCLEX Pass Rate Statistics.

Graduation Completion Rates:

(Within 150% of the program length)

Expected Level of
Achievement from Systematic Evaluation Plan
Year Program Completion Rate
70% of BSN students admitted into the program will complete the nursing program within 150% of the program length (8 semesters).
**The PL-BSN program started the students’ first enrollment in NURS 1200, Spring 2014.
2019
(reporting year)
**Spring 2016 year admitted
72%
80% of BSN students admitted into the program will complete the nursing program within 150% of the program length (8 semesters).2018
(reporting year)
**Spring 2015 year admitted
62%
80% of BSN students admitted into the program will complete the nursing program within 150% of the program length (8 semesters).2017
(reporting year)
**Spring 2014 year admitted
53%

X = In Progress

Expected Level of
Achievement from Systematic Evaluation Plan
YearProgram Completion Rate
70% of ASN students admitted into the program will complete the nursing program within 150% of the program length (3 years).2019 (reporting year)
**Fall 2016 year admitted
81%
80% of ASN students admitted into the program will complete the nursing program within 150% of the program length (3 years).2018 (reporting year)
**Spring 2015 year admitted
82%
80% of ASN students admitted into the program will complete the nursing program within 150% of the program length (3 years).2017(reporting year)
** Fall 2014 year admitted
55%

X = In Progress

RN to BSN

RN to BSN Entering Cohort Total Number of Students In Entering Cohort Degrees Completed Within 3 Year Period 150% Graduation Rate (3 Years)
2012 FA3133%
2013 SP11100%
Total for 2012-2013 4250%
2013 FA7571%
2014 SP000%
Total for 2013-2014 7571%
2014 FA3133%
2015 SP100%
Total for 2014-2015 41 25%
2015 FA000%
2016 SP000%
Total for 2015-2016 000
2016 FA1XX
2017 SP1XX
Total for 2016-2017 2XX
2017 FA0XX
2018 SP0XX
Total for 2017-2018 0XX
2018 FA6XX
2019 SP0XX
Total for 2018-2019 6 XX

X = In Progress

Rates are based upon students responding to the survey

Achievement in Job Placement Rates:

ASN Program
Year of Program CompletionNumber of Graduates Number of Respondents Response Rate Job Placement Rate
Spring 2020In progressIn Progress
Spring 20194325%100% (2/2)
Spring 2018291655%100% (16/16)
Fall 2018171376%100% (13/13)
Spring 201715960%100% (9/9)
Fall 201714750%100% (7/7)
BSN Program
Year of Program CompletionNumber of GraduatesNumber of Respondents Response Rate Job Placement Rate
Spring 2020In ProgressIn ProgressIn Progress
Spring 201931619%100% (6/6)
Spring 2018291655%100% (16/16)
Spring 201715960%100% (9/9)
Spring 20167660%100% (6/6)

* The BSN Program started in Fall 2012 with first graduating class in 2016.

RN to BSN Program
Year of Program Completion Number of Graduates Number of Respondents Response Rate Job Placement Rate
Spring 2020In ProgressIn ProgressIn ProgressIn Progress
Fall 2020In ProgressIn ProgressIn Progress
Spring 20192000 No Data Available
Fall 201822100%100% (2/2)
Spring 201822100%100% (2/2)
Spring 20174375%100% (3/3)
Fall 2016NA 0 GraduatesNA 0 GraduatesNA 0 GraduatesNA 0 Graduates
Summer 201633100%100% (3/3)
Spring 2016NA 0 GraduatesNA 0 GraduatesNA 0 GraduatesNA 0 Graduates
Fall 20154375%100% (3/3)
Summer 201522100%100% (2/2)

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Rates are based upon students responding to the survey

Note: Data is obtained from the National Council of State Boards of Nursing (NCSB) National Student Clearinghouse, Senior Exit Survey, Alumni Survey, and the Center for Career Education.

ASN Attrition Rate:

YearAttrition RateRetention Rate
Total Fall 201612%88%
Total Fall 20178%92%
Total Fall 20187%93%
Total Fall 20197%93%

Source: 0 – FA07 to SP20 Ret and Grad File- Includes SP20 Cohort and Sports Team-MOST UP TO DATE 05.06.20.

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BSN Attrition Rate:

YearAttrition RateRetention Rate
Total Fall 201616%84%
Total Fall 201710%90%
Total Fall 201811%89%
Total Fall 20198%92%

Source: 0 – FA07 to SP20 Ret and Grad File- Includes SP20 Cohort and Sports Team-MOST UP TO DATE 05.06.20.

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