Careers and Outcomes

Preparing future nurses

We help you achieve success long before you graduate. Employers hire you for your knowledge and skills gained throughout the program. 

Our students have a 100 percent job placement rate within one month of graduation.

What do nurses do?

Nurses are found at every stage of the patient experience, from birth to end of life.

As a nurse, you use your health knowledge, critical thinking and judgment to meet your patients’ biological, physical and behavioral needs.

You may assess patients, perform exams, take health histories, provide health education, administer medication, advocate for public health and much more.

Nursing careers

Your Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) degree is the foundation for your nursing career.

You can work in a variety of nursing roles once you graduate. Your job options go beyond the traditional hospital.

  • Acute care (hospital or clinics)
  • Community organizations
  • Travel nurses
  • Military nurses
  • School nurses

Superb pass rates

To become a registered nurse, you must take the National Council Licensure Examination (NCLEX-RN) after you graduate.

Our students had a first-time pass rate of 96.4 percent for 2019 on the NCLEX-RN examination. 

How much does a BSN nurse make?

With your BSN degree, you can earn a higher salary and have more options for your nursing career. 

Your salary may differ depending on where you live and work.

Take your nursing career to the next level

Don't want to start your career just yet?

Our graduate programs for registered nurses will enhance your leadership and management skills.

Graduate programs

These programs are flexible and affordable. Many are offered 100% online.