Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN)
Follow your passion to make a difference.
Nursing is one of the most versatile and rewarding careers in healthcare today. And even when employment is down in other fields, there will always be a need for skilled nurses. The requirements for becoming a nurse are changing because healthcare in the United States is changing.
Nurses today need to add specialized skills and expertise such as critical thinking, change management expertise and community-based healthcare experience. Such attributes and experience help improve healthcare effectiveness and patient outcomes.
Benefits to the BSN Program at NMC
- The curriculum centers on community-based education, which gives students the opportunity to learn in a variety of healthcare settings, including hospitals, physcian's clinics, hospice and more.
- Students receive personalized academic support that prepares them for success in the classroom and on the NCLEX. Between 83 and 96 percent of BSN graduates have passed the NCLEX on the first attempt over the past four years.
- First year clinicals provide students with the opportunity to work hands-on with patients and nurses in the second semester of study.
- The Nursing Arts Center, our high-tech simulation lab gives students the practice and confidence needed to provide patient care in the clinical setting.
- Students learn more than just technical skills - they become Educated Citizens. This solid foundation prepares our graduates to create and lead change in the world around them.
- The tight-knit NMC campus gives students the indivdual attention they need to succeed and provides the vibrant, exciting campus life to enjoy after class.