With a Bachelor of Science in Nursing from the University of Kansas School of Nursing, you're prepared for success in any professional nursing practice, wherever health care is needed.
Our graduates are ready to work in hospitals, community health agencies, industrial or long-term care facilities, as geriatric nurses, traveling nurses or flight nurses, as well as in other critical care settings.
Graduates of the KU School of Nursing baccalaureate program, begun in 1929, go on to become charge nurses and move into other leadership positions in Kansas and across the country. They are well-prepared for continuing their education through master's and doctoral programs in nursing. The key word for describing our purpose is professional.
School of Nursing alumni are hired by renowned hospitals all over the country, including Johns Hopkins and Mayo Clinic and find excellent starting positions closer to home at The University of Kansas Hospital and Children's Mercy Hospitals and Clinics.
The BSN program requires a total of 124 credit hours, including 62 in liberal arts and sciences prerequisite courses.