School of Nursing

School of Nursing Undergraduate Programs


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School of Nursing Undergraduate Programs

Overview of BSN Programs

The BSN programs have over 3000 graduates serving out their vocation as professional nurses in various settings worldwide. Examples of settings include: education, acute care, community/public health, primary care, small business, occupational health, and health policy.

The School of Nursing values the work of the nurse as it spans the whole spectrum of human experience – birth, growth, maturity, death. This sacred work of nursing requires specific knowledge, skill, and compassion, as the nurse provides quality, evidence-based care for those in their trust.