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BSN Traditional Program Option

Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) Traditional Program Option

Interested in a nursing career? Ask yourself, did nursing choose you, or did you choose nursing? Those who seek a career in healthcare often have a desire to help others. A Bachelor of Science degree in Nursing from Midland University equips you to begin your professional career as a nurse and respond to our society’s evolving health care needs.

The Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) traditional program option at Midland University is a 4-year program of study. One year of prerequisite course work is followed by three years of nursing-specific courses and clinical experiences. Students may enter directly out of high school. Transfer students may enroll and apply previous college course credits to meet prerequisite requirements. 

Program highlights:

  • With dedicated first-year and nursing advisers, the Student Success Center provides support and career guidance from admission through graduation.
  • The Academic Resource Center provides peer support, tutoring, study sessions, and additional guidance.
  • NCLEX Preparation throughout the Nursing Curriculum prepares you for your State Board Examination.
  • One on One Practicum with a Registered Nurse Preceptor completes your Senior Year.
  • The Methodist Fremont Health Midland Simulation lab is an actual nursing unit in a hospital setting. Opportunities to practice procedures safely prepare you for critical decisions as you complete the nursing program and begin your nursing career. 
  • Clinical experiences in Fremont and Omaha provide excellent opportunities to grow your nursing competencies and practice in community and acute care settings.
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