USU Bachelor of Science in Nursing
The BSN Program has admitted its inaugural class as of fall 2017!
The BSN program is a candidate for accreditation by the Accreditation Commission for Education in Nursing (ACEN):
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.