Bachelor of Science in Nursing

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Grounded in Jesuit and nursing traditions, our pre-licensure Bachelor of Science in Nursing focuses your practice on community, reflection, servant leadership, and social justice. You'll learn to promote health, to care for patients with acute and chronic illnesses, and to support patients and their families when they need it most.

We've crafted your curriculum around the framework of Complex Adaptive Systems (CAS), a highly interdisciplinary and interconnected approach that builds your skills and experience one step at a time. As your journey unfolds, you'll go from caring for patients with simpler, more predictable healthcare needs to working with individuals, families, and whole populations with complex needs and within intricately complex organizational settings.

After completing our program, you'll be able to work as a nurse, with a practice grounded in leadership, professionalism, effective communication, and safe, competent, ethical care.

Overview

Gonzaga's Nursing students gain valuable experience in a simulation lab course

Admission Requirements

The bachelor's in Nursing provides you the preparation and licensure you need to become a registered nurse.

Gonzaga's School of Nursing and Human Physiology Nursing Department Open House demo of stitching with pig feet

Prerequisites and Requirements

As part of our commitment to teaching the whole student, you'll also take part in Gonzaga's core curriculum.

Gonzaga's School of Nursing and Human Physiology Nursing Department Open House demonstration

Courses

Check out the interesting courses available through the Nursing department.

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Upper Division Curriculum

See the classes for your junior and senior years.