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Nursing- Bachelor of Science

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 It’s official! The Bachelor of Science in Nursing degree is now CCNE Accredited.


The Bachelor of Science in Nursing degree at Provo College is accredited by the Commissions on Collegiate Nursing Education, One Dupont Circle, NW, Suite 530, Washington, DC 20036, 202-887-6791. More at www.ccneaccreditation.org.

Earn an accelerated Bachelor of Science in Nursing in as little as 36 months

Even if you can become a Registered Nurse (R.N.) without a bachelor’s degree, the job market tells us that BSN-trained nurses have broader, higher-paying career opportunities. The extra step is well worth it, and employers are looking.

Convenient schedules for working adults

The BSN program is offered in a hybrid format, with the majority of courses offered online. Clinical experiences in phlebotomy, wound care, and CPR procedures (to name a few) are on campus in a real-world clinical setting.

Transfer credit policy

Our strong transfer credit policy assures adult learners can graduate faster and at a lower overall cost.

Program Overview

The Bachelor of Science in Nursing Program prepares graduates to sit for the NCLEX-RN licensure examination and practice as a registered nurse. Employment settings include long-term care, acute care, complex and critical care, school nursing, home health and community health nursing. Graduates are prepared for leadership and quality improvement positions.

Nursing graduates are trained in:

  • Patient care
  • Nursing fundamentals
  • Pharmacology
  • Therapeutic treatment interventions
  • Medical/surgical and nursing
  • Leadership
  • Mental health nursing
  • Mother/baby and pediatric nursing
  • Licensure examination preparation

Average program length:

  • Bachelor of Science Degree in Nursing – 120 semester hours

Career Opportunities

According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, in 2012 Nurses were employed in the following places*:

  • 61% in Hospitals; state, local & private
  • 7% in Offices of Physicians
  • 6% in Home Healthcare Services
  • 7% in Nursing & Residential Care Facilities
  • The remainder worked mostly in social assistance agencies, government agencies and educational services.