NNU’s Bachelor of Science in Nursing program provides a liberal arts foundation in nursing with a holistic approach focused on the patient in the context of their family and community. This traditional undergraduate degree is designed for a high school graduate or transfer student who seeks a quality bachelor’s degree program that meets the requirements for RN licensure and provides a strong foundation for graduate studies in nursing when it is time to build on your nursing career.
The goal of the undergraduate program is to equip baccalaureate-prepared nurses to practice as nurse leaders who:
The baccalaureate and master's programs are accredited by the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education.
Notice Out-of-State Students
Since this is a program that leads to professional licensure, prospective students should review important information about NNU’s participation in the National Council of State Authorization Reciprocity Agreements (NC-SARA) and Professional Licensure about this program. Individual states often have different expectations for professional licensure; so it is in a prospective student’s best interest to investigate whether NNU’s degree program will help them achieve licensure in their home state.
Bachelor of Science in Nursing
Offered On Campus
|Licensed Practical and Licensed Vocational Nurses||$42,260|
|Medical and Health Services Managers||$76,760|
|Metropolitan and nonmetropolitan area occupational employment and wage estimates for the Boise area are sourced from U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics.|
I became a nurse to help those in need (specifically cross-culturally). When this all (COVID 19) started happening I felt led to look into options for coming to help. Missions is wherever you are. It looks different for everyone. I can say this for sure. Although I felt crazy stepping forward I am where I'm supposed to be and it was no mistake.