The Bryan College of Health Sciences School of Nursing offers a complete undergraduate degree that combines a clinically based study of nursing with a solid foundation in the natural sciences, social sciences, communications and humanities.
BSN students are trained professionals prepared to deliver excellent care to patients in a wide variety of settings. But they are also well-rounded individuals, grounded in a range of educational disciplines and traditions. Our students know how to treat and care for patients effectively-and how to process and understand different ideas and philosophies-proving every day that nursing is both a science and an art. An overview of the BSN curriculum is available from Bryan College of Health Sciences School of Nursing.
The General education courses at Bryan College of Health Sciences also provide an overview for curriculum requirements for students in both the BSN program and the RN to BSN Completion Option.
All undergraduates in the School of Nursing at the Bryan College of Health Sciences participate in unparalleled hands-on experience early in their studies, completing 1,200 clinical hours by graduation, training with state-of-the-art equipment-including our Human/Patient Simulators and Skills Labs-studying with committed faculty and working alongside outstanding healthcare professionals at the Bryan Health Medical Center-one of the most renowned healthcare organizations in the Midwest.