The Undergraduate Nursing Program confers a Bachelor of Science. The Major is Nursing. This Program admits students who are not currently registered nurses (i.e., pre-licensure students).
There are two application cycles a year for entrance into the School of Nursing Undergraduate (pre-licensure) Program. Only 60 students are accepted per application cycle.
The four year Bachelor of Science Degree in Nursing consists of a three semesters of pre-requisite courses (open to any student admitted to Boise State) and a five semester professional component (sophomore, junior and senior years).
Nursing courses in the program of study are sequential and need to be taken each of the Program’s five semesters in the order they are listed.
Students are strongly recommended to seek out advising through the College of Health Sciences Student Services and Academic Advising office (SSAA) to plan an appropriate course of study for the additional non-nursing courses needed for graduation with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Nursing.