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Undergraduate Nursing

Your First Choice

See the academic catalog for Undergraduate Nursing for admission and degree requirements.

Undergraduate Program


Bachelor of Science, Nursing

A bachelor of science in nursing (BSN) degree prepares you for a job as a registered nurse. While you can work as a registered nurse with an associate’s degree, a BSN provides you the opportunity for more career and education options.

Through this program, you will take both liberal arts courses and classes specific to your major in nursing.
Nursing, BSN Curriculum

RN to BSN Online

The RN-to-BSN degree is designed for nurses who already have an associate’s degree. Referred to as a “bridge” program, the introductory courses you’ll take are the bridge to BSN-level classes. By the end of the program, students should have gained a deeper understanding of the issues that affect patient care.
RN to BSN Online, BSN Curriculum

LPN-BSN

The LPN-BSN program allows you to earn a BSN degree and an RN license at the same time.
LPN to BSN Curriculum


Undergraduate Nursing Contact

Moncia Mere
mmere@mcneese.edu
Undergraduate Program
800.622.3352 ext 5048
337.475.5048