Bachelor of Science in Nursing
Now is the Time
Apply today to become a vital part of the frontlines! Now more than ever the world needs your compassion, dedication and tenacity.
Application Open Dates
February 2021 Hybrid BSN Cohort – August 2020
August 2021 On Campus BSN Cohort – August 2020
July 2021 Hybrid BSN Cohort – December 2020
October 2021 Hybrid BSN Cohort – Spring 2021
Why choose Roseman University’s Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) program?
- We are fully accredited by the Northwest Commission on Colleges and Universities (NWCCU) and by the Nevada State Board of Nursing and Utah State Board of Nursing.
- We offer an accelerated program with two learning modality options (on campus or hybrid).
- We offer four start dates – February, July, August, and October – with rolling admissions.
- Our graduates have a competitive NCLEX board exam passing rate.
- Our unique and innovative teaching and learning model, the Six-Point Mastery Learning Model®, allows you to focus on one core subject at a time, and our longitudinal blocks reinforce learning over the course of the entire year. Click here to see what our students think about our model.
- You are required to meet 90% or higher on each assessment. The rigor associated with the program combined with our 90% or higher competency levels helps to ensure that all of our graduates are well prepared for their board examinations and their careers. Students and faculty work together and use frequent assessment to detect areas of misunderstanding early, so that mastery and competency are achievable. We want you to succeed.
- We offer early hands-on experience so you can practice what you are learning in the classroom.
- We have outstanding clinical practice training sites to develop professional knowledge and skills in a variety of practice settings.
- Our students participate in meaningful student organizations and volunteer activities.
- We are a small, private, non-profit institution. There is no in-state or out-of-state tuition difference. We accept applicants from all 50 states and abroad.
- Our two campus locations, Henderson, Nevada and South Jordan, Utah offer the best of both worlds with vibrant urban centers with the arts, a variety of culinary experiences, and the great outdoors with mountains, hiking, skiing, and rock-climbing.
NCLEX Pass Rates (2017, 2018, 2019)
|Henderson Campus||South Jordan Campus||National|
|Total Average||90.93% (Henderson & South Jordan Combined)||83.67%|
Job Placement Rates Within 6 Months of Graduation (2017, 2018, 2019)
|Henderson Campus||South Jordan Campus||National|
|Total Average||93.55% (Henderson & South Jordan Combined)||74%|
What are the Application Requirements?
- A minimum Overall Adjusted Total Score of 58.7% on the Test of Essential Academic Skills (TEAS).
- A minimum of 54 semester credit hours or a conferred Bachelor’s degree in a non-nursing field.
- A minimum 2.75 GPA or above in Math & Science prerequisites as well as cumulative (GPA is calculated based on the min. 54 semester credit hours or the last 60 credits of undergraduate coursework for those with a conferred Bachelor’s degree)
- Receipt of a completed admissions application, application fees, and official transcripts.
- Interview with the Admissions Committee, if granted.
For more information, please visit our BSN Prerequisites & Requirements page.
How Do I Apply?
What is the Veteran to BSN (VBSN) Pathway?
Roseman’s Veteran to Bachelor of Science in Nursing (VBSN) admissions pathway offers Veteran students the opportunity for transfer of military experiential credit for applicable prerequisites and/or identified nursing courses. The VBSN pathway maintains the highest academic standards, quality clinical experiences, and NCLEX pass rates, offered through Roseman’s BSN program.
Learn more about the VBSN Pathway Program here.
What is the Registered Nursing in Primary Care (RNPC) Scholar Program?
Students identified as RNPC undergraduate students receive clinical training within the fundamentals of nursing and community mental health nursing blocks. The training occurs at facilities in areas that are designated medically underserved with a focus on primary care. Additionally, RNPC students have an opportunity to complete their practicum in an underserved primary care setting.
Learn more about the RNPC Scholar Program here.
Tuition and Fees
Our tuition rates and fees are very competitive. There is no in-state or out-of-state tuition difference. We accept applicants from all 50 states and abroad. Please review a full listing of tuition and fees, and let us know if you have any questions.
We have the tools and resources to support you in your advanced degree path. You can visit our Office of Financial Aid, review the Financial Aid portal, or contact us directly. You can also visit our Money Management page for assistance with personal finances and budgeting. Please don’t hesitate to contact us with any questions.
Have questions about the College of Nursing? Contact our Admissions Office by filling out our inquiry form here.