Nursing Science

Nursing Announcements

Tuesday, March 18, 2014

Atwood Memorial Center Ballroom

The Department of Nursing Science invites you to attend: Health Issues and Concerns in Central Minnesota.

Edward Ehlinger, MD, MPSH

Minnesota Commissioner of Health Director of the MN Dept. of Health

9:30 a.m.: Dr. Ehlinger Keynote Address

10:45-11:30 a.m.: Community/Faculty Panel Responses

1:00-3:00 p.m.: Multidisciplinary Student Responses

Friday, January 27, 2012

Applications Available April 15 through June 1 For Spring 2013 Admission

Applications will be accepted April 15-June1, 2012 for admission into the Spring 2013 BSN Program at St. Cloud State.  The application packet may be found on this website under Admissions and FAQ's.  Potential candidates should pay careful attention to the process outlined in the packet as the process has underwent several changes.  We are excited to welcome 40 new students in SCSU Nursing!


Welcome to the Department of Nursing

As a fully accredited member of the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education (CCNE), the Department of Nursing offers two programs within the nursing discipline:

The four-year Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) degree, also termed "generic" or "traditional" program, is a 68-credit major program preparing caring professional clinicians for practice in contemporary health care settings. Students with a previous AA, BS, or BA degree may complete the program in less than four years.

For more information on the Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) please contact us at or (320) 308-1749.

An RN Baccalaureate Completion Program, also termed "RN to BSN" program, is being launched. The RN to BSN program is for individuals who are licensed registered nurses who wish to earn a baccalaureate degree.

For more information on the RN Baccalaureate Program (RN to BSN) please contact us at

Make our success your success

  • 100% placement of graduates seeking nursing positions
  • Averaging 95% first-try pass rate on the Minnesota licensure exam
  • Unique emphasis on culturally appropriate patient care
  • Generic and RN to BSN programs to accommodate career aspirations

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