Are you thinking about a career in nursing, and starting to look at nursing schools? Well, discover how South University’s Nursing college can help you learn the skills needed for this rewarding career.
Bachelor of Science in Nursing Degree
The Bachelor of Science in Nursing program at South University’s College of Nursing can prepare you to work in a wide variety of healthcare settings including acute care hospitals, nursing homes, rehabilitation facilities, home health, community-based clinics, and school health clinics. The South University College of Nursing also gives you the opportunity to: Study innovative healthcare concepts; study palliative care, gerontological nursing, and complementary and alternative nursing methods; Enhance your patient teaching skills and your ability to motivate and train nursing staff; and develop management abilities by expanding your critical thinking skills in establishing priorities, delegating responsibility and formulating decisions.
Limited Access Program
Nursing is a limited access program. Qualified applicants are considered for selection after successful completion of all prerequisite courses and all admission requirements. The nursing program supports the South University policy of nondiscrimination.
Acceptance into a South University nursing program or its completion does not imply or guarantee that a student will be able to obtain licensure or certification. The student should contact the state licensing board of nursing and/or the respective national professional certification body for specific requirements regarding application and the application process.