USU Bachelor of Science in Nursing
The BSN Program has just graduated it’s Fall 2017 inaugural class. Congratulations to our first BSN student cohort!
This nursing education program is accredited by the Accreditation Commission for Education in Nursing.
Accreditation Commission for Education in Nursing (ACEN)
3343 Peachtree Road NE, Suite 850
Atlanta, GA 30326 404-975-5000
The Utah State University Nursing program curriculum is concept-based. Find out what it takes to become a Registered Nurse with a Baccalaureate of Science in Nursing at Utah State University's Logan campus.
If you are interested in achieving your dream of being a nurse, please contact our advisor, Heather Thomas, for more information about the BSN program:
Heather Thomas, BSN Advisor
Logan, UT 84322
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About This Degree
This eight-semester, four-year baccalaureate of science in nursing degree program teaches students how to manage the care of patients in a variety of healthcare settings; administer medications and treatments; educate patients, families and communities; and promote health and wellness. Graduates are prepared to take the NCLEX-RN exam for licensure. Upon passing the licensure exam, graduates qualify for positions as entry-level BSN-prepared registered nurses.
What do Nursing Students Study?
Students enrolled in the BSN program have a curriculum of study that includes anatomy and physiology, microbiology, pathophysiology, nutrition, human development, health assessment, nursing management of care, pharmacology, population health, family nursing, evidence-based healthcare, healthcare informatics, leadership and management, professionalism, ethics, and care competencies and skills.
A Degree for Students Who...
- Want to choose where they work or areas in which to specialize.
- Need a flexible schedule.
- Want an in-demand career.
- Would like to advance in their career.
- Like caring for people.
- Want to further their education to become advanced practice nurses.
What kind of jobs do Nursing Graduates Get?
Upon passing the NCLEX-RN, BSN-prepared RNs have a variety of job settings to choose from - acute care facilities such as hospitals, critical care units in hospital, community health settings, schools, home healthcare services, hospice, public health departments, correctional facilities, and others.