Why study nursing at Missouri State?
- Missouri State nursing faculty members prepare students to work in any health care setting and provide them with a strong background in science and nursing theory.
- Missouri State nursing students had a first-time pass rate of 100 percent for 2016 on the NCLEX-RN examination.
- This CCNE-accredited program provides 624 clinical contact hours. These hours are 40 percent acute training in hospitals and clinics and 60 percent community based, collaborating with community partners to address health care needs of the community.
- Students are provided the knowledge and skills to successfully care for patients and their families.
- When students graduate, they have the management and leadership skills needed to advance their career and education.
- Throughout their education students have access to advisors in the School of Nursing. Pre-program and post-program advisement services also are offered.