Bachelor Science in Nursing

Why a BSN

Demand for BSNs is growing

Bachelor Science in Nursing - Why a BSN

Did you know that hospitals preferentially hire new BSN graduates, but only a fraction of nurses currently employed have earned a BSN degree? 

A Bachelor of Science in Nursing degree could open doors, because increasing need for nurses with advanced degrees means this additional education could give you a competitive edge.

In fact, the American Association of Colleges of Nursing report found that 89% of new BSN graduates had job offers 4-6 months after graduation.1

BSN Degree Benefits

Designed to build both skills and confidence—a Bachelor of Science in Nursing degree from West Coast University can also provide you with the scope and skills you’ll need to succeed in today’s dynamic healthcare environment.

Bachelor of Science in Nursing degree at West Coast University

West Coast University Bachelor of Science in Nursing programs combine technologically advanced simulation with multiple opportunities to gain hands on experience. We like to say that our nursing graduates are “educated, prepared, and proud,”  WCU helps prepare them to master both the skills and confidence required to create lasting success in the nursing field.

Continuing Education

After graduation, WCU supports its graduates by providing them ongoing discounted CEs through a complimentary membership to our partner company Contemporary Forums.  This valuable benefit continues to pay off as our students build lifetime careers in nursing.

1 American Association of Colleges of Nursing: Employment for New Nurse Graduates and Employer Preferences for Baccalaureate Prepared Nurses, November 2013