College of Science and Health > Academics > School of Nursing > Undergraduate > Nursing (BSN)
DePaul’s Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) program provides the solid foundation for your successful career in this high-demand profession. Here, you’ll find the ideal combination of academic reputation, supportive learning atmosphere and health care community connections.
You can enter our BSN program directly from high school, while current DePaul undergraduates and transfer students may consider our Master’s Entry to Nursing Practice program.
As you pursue your B.S. degree in Nursing, you’ll learn from passionate, experienced nursing faculty members who will give you the same one-on-one, individualized attention that you’ll give your patients. In small classes led by nursing faculty members—active clinicians, researchers and leaders who are accomplished in the profession—you’ll receive the instruction, feedback and mentoring needed to help you achieve your goals.
Throughout the BSN program, you’ll learn to:
Our B.S. degree in Nursing program equips you with the knowledge you need to succeed in the always-evolving nursing field. Here, you’ll get hands-on experience using the latest physical assessment tools and technology, including simulation labs that feature high-fidelity computerized adult, child and baby mannequins, and exam rooms.
As a graduate of the BSN program you’ll be eligible to take the NCLEX examination, which qualifies you to become a registered nurse in any state in the U.S. DePaul’s School of Nursing has a long history of successfully preparing students to pass the nursing licensure exam–with a NCLEX pass rate of 97% last year–helping ensure that you’ll be ready to work in a wide array of nursing practices.
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