Greeting the changing face of health care.
You graduate from Lipscomb’s School of Nursing having already spent hundreds of hours working in health care facilities. The Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) program includes extensive study in the humanities and social sciences as well as 32 credit hours of clinical placements during your course of study. This partnership of foundational study along with hands-on training in five foundational areas of the nursing field, obstetrics, pediatrics, mental health, critical care and medical/surgical, means you will graduate both experienced and well-rounded.
“The professors were so encouraging and perfect resources for me as a student. Lipscomb formed my educational experience for being a nurse and formed my spiritual self to live a Christ-centered life as a young professional.” Billie Ford (’13)
You must work hard to become a nurse. The rigor of Lipscomb’s BSN program is demonstrated by the current 100 percent NCLEX pass rate of the graduates of the Class of 2017 and the nearly 100 percent job placement rate. Your diligence pays off –– for you professionally and for the patients under your care.