Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) Program
Dominican University is accepting online applications for the fall 2015 academic year in our newly-launched Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) Program. The online application process allows prospective students to apply by submitting a single application which is reviewed by the Nursing Admissions Committee.
All slots in our BSN Program for the Fall 2015 term have been filled and we are no longer accepting applications. The online application form will be available again in the future when we begin the process of seeking qualified candidates for our next term. We wish you success in your academic endeavors and thank you for considering Dominican University.
Dominican University’s Bachelor of Science in Nursing program launched in 2014 with brand-new, state-of-the-art facilities, expert leadership and a commitment to preparing nurses to meet the multifaceted demands of healthcare today.
As a program of Dominican’s undergraduate college, the Rosary College of Arts and Sciences, the BSN equips students with the knowledge to sit for and pass the NCLEX-RN examination, the skills to obtain licensure to practice as a registered professional nurse and the liberal arts perspective to use their talents in multiple settings and to make a positive contribution to the world.
- Students study and practice in a brand-new, state-of-the-art clinical simulation laboratory facility constructed specifically for nursing.
- Limited class sizes maximize student attention, accountability and close interaction with faculty and colleagues.
- Dominican’s highly regarded programs in the sciences complement nursing coursework with opportunities for study and research in fields including biochemistry, neuroscience and nutrition science.
- Faculty members bring years of nursing experience in clinical, administrative and educational settings, helping students connect classroom learning with real-world competencies.
- Strong connections with clinical partners provide opportunities for meaningful professional interaction and clinical experiences.