Bachelor of Science in Nursing

For RN to BSN students

A Bachelor of Science in Nursing is rapidly becoming the industry standard at respected hospitals and clinics. A BSN from Nebraska Wesleyan University will increase your value with employers and will open new career prospects.

For traditional undergraduates

For working adults

What makes NWU Nursing different.

Our BSN program is designed to teach you the biological, sociological, psychological and ethical aspects of health assessment on a local and global scale while developing your leadership and management skills in health care.

Paired with our liberal arts education, you will become skilled in critical thinking, communication and problem solving. Nurses with this type of education see improved outcomes in their patients. Hospitals benefit from a safer working environment and a ready pipeline of nurses prepared for leadership and management.

This combination will make you better prepared to help individual patients, groups and entire communities achieve better health and wellness.

Learn from the best.

NWU’s nursing professors hold PhDs, EdDs and MSNs in addition to decades of experience in patient care. They are eager to support your development as an outstanding nursing professional.

Our accreditation speaks for itself.

The Baccalaureate of Science in Nursing degree Programs and Master’s of Science in Nursing degree Programs at Nebraska Wesleyan University are accredited by: 

Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education (CCNE)

Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education (CCNE)
One Dupont Circle NW, Suite 530, Washington, DC 20036
(202) 463-6930 Fax (202) 785-8320

We make it convenient.

NWU holds nursing classes during the day—on Tuesdays in Lincoln and on Thursdays in Omaha. Set your schedule at the pace that works best for you to balance your work and family life.

Contact us today.

Get started today by submitting the request information form or apply for enrollment. Our friendly admissions staff will help develop a program that is just right for you.


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Jaimie Young (BSN '17) and Laurie Campbell (BSN '17)