Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN)
Nursing is one of the most versatile and rewarding careers in healthcare today. The demand for qualified nurses to address the present and future challenges in healthcare is high. Today's nurses are expected to take on multiple roles and many responsibilities, from delivering quality patient care to teaching communities about preventative health measures.
A Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) from Nebraska Methodist College provides you with the skills and knowledge needed to be a well-rounded, successful registered nurse. The curriculum format centers on community-based education which allows students to gain the needed experience in a variety of settings with diverse patients preparing them for what lies ahead in the future of healthcare.
Whether you're just beginning your career or are a registered nurse looking to gain that BSN degree, Nebraska Methodist College has the programs you need to be successful.
This program is a four-year, on-campus program for students wishing to become registered nurses. Students may enter directly from high school or transfer in previous learning.
Our accelerated nursing degree program is for students who already have a bachelor degree and are looking to launch their nursing career. The on-campus program consists of intense, full-time learning that allows students to earn a BSN degree is just 15 months.
Designed for the Licensed Practical Nurse, our LPN to BSN program is on-campus and allows LPNs to advance their nursing career with a BSN degree.
The flexible RN to BSN program is offered online and allows registered nurses to advance their careers by earning a BSN degree in as few as 18 months. The option offers the flexibility and ease of online learning.
What Others Are Saying About the BSN Program
"The facility is amazing, and I immediately had a warm friendly welcome feeling by the staff. The christian environment was also very important to me. Also, after taking classes, it was obvious to me that the instructors care about my success. The support and guidance on hand at the college are a very valuable resource." - Amanda R, BSN 2015