Bachelor of Science in Nursing
As a first-year student, you’ll find yourself launching head-first into a rigorous curriculum. With the support of an experienced nursing faculty adviser, you’ll receive academic and professional guidance throughout your nursing education at Shenandoah. If you're interested in a different kind of challenge to supplement your nursing education, you can also apply to Shenandoah's Honors Program. You will also have direct access to a full range of student-life activities on and off campus. After you’ve completed your studies, you’ll sit for the National Council Licensure Examination (NCLEX), prepared with the skills and knowledge to apply for entry-level professional nurse positions.
Apply Now to be an SU Nursing Student
Shenandoah’s Nursing program is special because it has direct admittance. Many schools do not admit students into their nursing programs until the junior year, but at Shenandoah you know you are in the nursing program upon admittance to the university. That also means that you can start taking nursing classes earlier than other programs elsewhere. Student’s first nursing course will be in your sophomore year. Additionally, nursing students are assigned a nursing faculty advisor upon entry to the university.
Transfer Tracks into Shenandoah University's Bachelor of Science in Nursing Program
The Transfer BSN track begins in the fall or spring semester and may be completed in five academic semesters.
Our program allows you to gain the experience necessary for the provision, management and coordination of general nursing care for individuals, families, groups and communities so you may launch a career that leads to personal and professional fulfillment.
The Accelerated Second Degree BSN Track is an innovative program that allows students with non-nursing degrees to quickly become an entry-level nurse.
The 15-month ASD track is designed for students who already hold a bachelor’s degree in a non-nursing discipline to quickly complete a Bachelor of Science in Nursing. Your existing bachelor’s degree will fulfill most of your non-nursing courses, allowing you to focus exclusively on your Nursing studies and earn a traditionally four-year BSN in only 15 months.