Earn a Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) in 22 months of full-time study. The Bachelor of Science in Nursing Traditional Track (BSN) is for individuals who are not registered nurses. Individuals accepted to the program have completed four semesters of prerequisite content and will gain the knowledge, skills, and abilities needed for entry into the nursing profession during their 5th, 6th, 7th, and 8th semesters of the four-year degree. This track prepares graduates for generalist nursing practice across
a range of pre-licensure competencies focused on making lives better by promoting health as an act of social justice. Students will also have the opportunity to earn distinction in the areas of research and clinical service. Courses utilize high impact practices in order to foster clinical reasoning skills.
Students will participate in caring for individuals, families, and communities during clinical rotations scheduled from a network of clinical affiliates in San Antonio and surrounding areas. All BSN courses, clinical rotations, and labs are conducted in-person. Class attendance is required on campus in San Antonio. Students attend classes during Fall and Spring semesters only.