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Nursing Bachelor Degree (BSN)

Nursing Bachelor Degree (BSN)

Nursing at Messiah College

Our CCNE- accredited Bachelor of Science in nursing (BSN) degree program, designed to meet the rapidly changing healthcare environment, prepares you to become a successful registered nurse (RN). The BSN program helps you develop a broad base of scientific knowledge, excellent communication skills, critical thinking and value-based decision-making capabilities.

Preparation for a successful RN career

As a graduate of Messiah College’s demanding, yet highly rewarding nursing degree program, you’ll meet the requirements and gain the credentials to become an RN. You’ll also be fully prepared to enter the largest healthcare profession in the United States—one that is projected to continue to grow well into the next several decades.

Nursing major distinctives
Career options for nursing majors
Experiential learning opportunities for nursing majors

Integrative classroom learning

We emphasize the Christian aspects of commitment, compassion and patient care across the BSN degree curriculum, along with rigorous liberal arts and science courses. Throughout the nursing program you will get life-like practice, too. We have state-of-the art clinical simulation labs, including one advanced simulation laboratory, a maternal-child simulation lab, a psychiatric-mental health laboratory equipped with state-of-the art high and medium fidelity human simulators and audio-visual equipment; and a physical assessment laboratory.

While working toward your BSN you’ll get to participate in community-based disaster drills, and many students also complete research projects in collaboration with regional clinical institutions.

Clinical-based learning

Outside the classroom you get to apply what you’ve learned in some of Pennsylvania’s most outstanding clinical settings, such as general and specialty hospitals (including three magnet hospitals); skilled nursing facilities for long-term care; schools; churches; free clinics; nurse-managed health centers; and many more. You’ll be well prepared to pass your licensure exam the first time and to find an exciting job in nursing.

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Students in the nursing program take a selection of courses that successfully prepare them for a career in a related field.
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