Bronco Nurse Undergraduate FAQ
There are several pathways to earning your bachelor’s of science in nursing from Boise State.
RN-BS Completion Track
What is RN-BS?
This is a more personalized track, designed so the working registered nurses (RNs) can earn their bachelor’s degree. Not an RN yet? No problem. This track is also for individuals who are studying to become one through an associate degree program.
This option is known for:
- 100% online coursework
- Flexible scheduling
- Dual enrollment option
How does it work?
Want your degree even faster?
I wasn't accepted into the Pre-License Program, what are my options?
There is still a pathway to become a Bronco Nurse!
The Pre-License bachelor’s program is extremely competitive. But not getting into the program doesn’t mean you can’t study at Boise State!
Students not admitted to the Pre-License program may complete their ADN or ASN at another school and have the option to dual enroll in Boise State’s RN-BS program.
Why earn a BSN from Boise State?
Experiential learning opportunities
Whether it’s an innovative clinical rotation or a community-based project, you’ll get hands-on training that prepares you for a successful career.
Our students have been awarded over $1.6 million in scholarships during the last three years.
Your success matters to us
Our responsive and knowledgeable staff are invested in you as a student, and our supportive faculty are committed to your future career.
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Engage in research
Broaden your knowledge and impact the field of nursing through firsthand experiences in research.