Bachelor of Science in Nursing | BSN Nursing Degree

The Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) degree includes a liberal arts foundation and a nursing curriculum that enables graduates to realize their own potential as individual citizens and healthcare practitioners. The program prepares students to excel on the NCLEX-RN licensure exam: in the 2017-18 academic year, the first-time pass rate for UMHB nursing graduates was 95.8%.

Accelerated Online Nursing Degree

In addition to the BSN for students seeking initial licensure as a Registered Nurse, the Scott & White School of Nursing also offers an online, accelerated nursing program RN-to-BSN program for associate degree-prepared nurses who wish to complete a Bachelor of Science in Nursing degree.

The baccalaureate degree in nursing program, master’s degree in nursing program, and Post-graduate APRN certificate program at the University of Mary Hardin-Baylor is accredited by the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education (

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Why should I choose to study a Nursing degree?

Nursing offers many ways to help others. You can work in corporations to help employees maintain wellness, in underserved areas where health care is limited, in the mission field, in high tech/high touch areas of labor and delivery, flight nursing or critical care, and in schools and community clinics.

What are some nursing courses I will take as a nursing student?

  • Perspectives in Pharmacotherapeutics
  • Global Perspectives
  • Population Perspectives
  • Healthcare Delivery

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What are some jobs in nursing with a BSN degree?

The BSN degree prepares graduates to work both in acute care agencies, such as hospitals, or in community settings such as clinics, schools, and industrial sites.
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Where do graduates work with a degree in nursing?

UMHB Nursing students have found global success in different areas:

  • MD Anderson, Houston
  • Cook’s Children’s
  • Houston Memorial Herman
  • Developed and Implemented orphanage in Uganda
  • Vanderbilt Hospital System

Where can I go to nursing schools for graduate studies with a degree in nursing?

Many Nursing students have continued their education at these schools:

  • University of Mary Hardin-Baylor
  • University of Texas
  • Texas Christian University
  • University of Houston
  • University of Oklahoma
  • Vanderbilt University

Why study a bachelor of nursing degree at UMHB?

UMHB bachelor of nursing degree graduates have 100% job placement, usually prior to graduation.

UMHB’s state-of-the-art Clinical Simulation Learning Center offers a simulated hospital, a standardized patient clinic, and skills and diagnosis labs where students can develop their assessment and procedural skills before moving out into real-world settings. The university’s strong relationship with regional healthcare providers makes it possible for students to then move out into clinical assignments to gain firsthand knowledge working in a wide range of top-notch care settings.

The nursing program offers students opportunities to take part in nursing oriented study abroad courses and mission trips to areas such as Africa, Peru, Costa Rica, and the Dominican Republic.

The school offers frequent opportunities for students and faculty to serve members of the local community through groups such as Feed My Sheep (meals for the homeless), Body of Christ Clinic (low/no cost medical care for low-income clients) and Helping Hands food bank.