For more than 80 years, the Seattle University College of Nursing bachelor’s program has been dedicated to transforming health care. Through educating the whole individual, we focus on the connections between the practical, academic and humane needs of the patient. We help you on your path to providing compassionate and world-class care.
Prepares you for the professional licensing examination, the NCLEX-RN, while cultivating you for future leadership roles. Graduates go on to work in hospitals, long-term care facilities, rehabilitation centers, community agencies, home health care companies, psychiatric settings and more.
Enhanced by the broad education you’ll receive in core classes of study in the humanities, arts, social sciences and sciences, you’ll develop deep global perspectives to carry throughout a life-long career in the ever-expanding field of nursing.
The Bachelor of Science in Nursing emphasizes social justice and a commitment to care for all people. From our small on-campus class sizes to learning in clinical settings, and with a typical student-faculty ratio of 8:1, you will hone your skills, gain valuable hands-on experience, and work with diverse sets of patients in urgent care settings, long-term care facilities and community clinics.
Situated in Swedish Cherry Hill’s James Tower Life Sciences Center, equipped with realistic infant, child and adult patient simulators
Explore new cultures and health care systems while gaining real-world experience
Only steps away from ‘Pill Hill’—so called because of the density of several major medical centers, giving students easy access to clinical classes in a variety of settings
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