Put compassionate care into practice because nurses are needed now more than ever.
The Bachelor of Science in Nursing (B.S.N.) degree at UND creates future leaders to advance human well-being and improve quality of life for diverse populations, with an emphasis on rural communities in North Dakota, the region and beyond.
- Program type:
- Est. time to complete:
- 4 years
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Why Study Nursing at UND?
You'll have access to interactive classrooms, rich clinical experiences, a dedicated computer lab, the Clinical Resource and Simulation Center (CRSC) and opportunities to participate in research and scholarly activities.
At graduation, you'll be fully prepared to take national board examinations (NCLEX) for registered nurse licensure (R.N.) and pursue additional graduate education. UND's most recent graduates achieved a 100 percent NCLEX pass rate, leading to registered and licensed nursing making an immediate impact on health outcomes in their communities.
UND offers two options that lead to a Bachelor of Science in Nursing:
- BSN On-Campus: For students who come to UND as freshmen or transfer students seeking a bachelor's degree in nursing. Courses are completed on campus with clinical experiences in the Grand Forks region.
- RN to BSN: For students who are registered nurses with a diploma or associate degree in nursing and who wish to attain a B.S.N. Courses are completed online.
The baccalaureate degree in nursing, master's degree in nursing and Doctor of Nursing Practice at UND are accredited by the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education.
The BSN program offers early admission to a select group of students with exemplary academic performance during high school. For information regarding direct admission application criteria, please visit the College of Nursing & Professional Disciplines.