BACHELOR OF SCIENCE
Nursing, BACHELOR OF SCIENCE
Answer the vital call to service—become a qualified healthcare professional with a Bachelor of Science in Nursing from NAU. Our acclaimed five-semester, hands-on program meaningfully prepares you for an in-demand career. You’ll work regular hospital shifts and engage with a state-of-the-art simulation lab. Our dedicated faculty are caring and experienced, helping NAU graduates consistently achieve a high pass rate on the NCLEX exam. You’ll make a positive difference anywhere in the world—our rural focus includes the only American Indian reservation-based entry-level baccalaureate nursing program in the country. So, you can be ready where nurses are needed most.
What one of our undergraduate nursing students says about NAU:
“Receiving my Bachelor of Science in Nursing through NAU will allow me to become a registered nurse to start improving the lives of others. The benefits the School of Nursing offers students are the small class sizes, close relationships with professors, simulation labs to practice skills, and countless clinical rotations that expose nursing students to various opportunities that nursing has to offer.”
— Javier Chavez
This program is accredited by the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education (CCNE).
- In-person: Flagstaff, NAU–Yuma, Pima Community College West, Fort Defiance (American Indian Program)