At Roseman University, we are proud to be your choice for a College of Nursing. Offering graduate and undergraduate programs for students seeking careers in the health care profession, we are committed to providing a first-class education in a way that allows our students to study full time and learn while they earn. We are pleased to have students from all over the nation and the world seek nursing degrees at our university.

The Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) program is designed to prepare students for entry level registered nurse positions in a variety of health care environments. Graduates will use critical thinking skills for effective problem solving, decision making, and independent judgment to provide culturally competent and developmentally appropriate care in the practice of nursing and to function as a member of a health care team.

Upon successful completion of the curriculum, students are eligible to sit for the NCLEX to become registered nurses.  The graduate must apply to and meet the requirements of appropriate state board of nursing for licensure as a registered nurse, which includes successful completion of the NCLEX-RN.

The RN to BSN supports working ADN-trained nurses in completing their baccalaureate nursing education, expanding their clinical and theoretical skills and knowledge, so they are better positioned to advance in the profession.

The Master of Science in Nursing/Family Nurse Practitioner (MSN/FNP) is designed specifically for nurses who hold a BSN and are ready to fill the growing need for highly skilled advanced practice registered nurses. The MSN/FNP focuses on comprehensive healthcare for families and family members across all ages, body systems and diseases and will prepare you to deliver a range of acute, chronic, and preventive healthcare services. After completing the program, graduates will be fully equipped with the knowledge and skills needed to successfully pass a board certifying exam, leading to licensure to practice as a Family Nurse Practitioner.

Designed to Fit Your Life

When life gets busy, it’s hard to be in several places at the same time. Roseman University’s College of Nursing understands that. We offer flexibility to allow you to continue your education in a way that fits your life.

  • Multiple Campuses
  • Hybrid Online and On-Campus Program
  • Asynchronous Online MSN/FNP Program

Multiple Campuses

We have our college of Henderson, South Jordan and our newest campus, Summerlin. The Henderson, Nevada, campus is a mere 15 minutes from the heart of Las Vegas. With the stunning mountain vistas and proximity to Lake Mead, this campus is a breath of fresh air.

Another campus for our College of Nursing in Utah is located in South Jordan, which also is surrounded by natural beauty with its location next to the Jordan River and between the stunning Wasatch Mountains and Oquirrh mountain ranges.

Roseman University is excited about our newest campus in Summerlin, Nevada. Coming soon will be our new College of Medicine. Our medical research teams are currently located here, studying debilitating and potentially deadly diseases.

Campuses and Contact Information

Henderson, Nevada Campus
11 Sunset Way
Henderson, NV 89014
Phone: 702-968-2075

South Jordan, Utah Campus
10920 S. River Front Parkway
South Jordan, UT 84095
Phone: 801-878-1063

Hybrid Online and On-Campus BSN Program

For students with the appropriate prerequisites, the accelerated Bachelor of Science in Nursing program is available with two learning modalities (on campus or hybrid online).  Roseman offers four start dates with rolling admissions.

Asynchronous Online MSN/FNP Program

The Master of Science in Nursing/Family Nurse Practitioner (MSN/FNP) is offered through our Roseman University of Health Sciences College of Nursing, Henderson Campus. Nurses with a Bachelor of Science in Nursing who are already working in the healthcare industry may apply. This full-time, 23-month program prepares nurses for the Advanced Practice Registered Nurse License (APRN) and is designed to be completed while working full-time.

Experience the Beauty of Nevada and Utah

The extraordinary landscape and opportunities for outdoor activities make Roseman University College of Nursing an ideal place to study. Our out-of-state students find that it offers a best-in-class education along with healthy activities for downtime. We have several student support organizations and resources for both in-state and out-of-state undergraduates.

Graduate Preparation

Measurement of Time 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 2020


NCLEX Passing Rate January 1 – December, 20XX 87.10% 94.74% 92.66% 85.96% 93.33% 90.29% 87.32% 91.26%
Program Completion Rate
(150% of published curricular length)
January 1 – December, 20XX 80.89% 87.2% 78.70% 90.4% 95.6% 98.15% 96.65% 92.45%
Job Placement Rate
(within 6 months of graduation)
October 1 – September 30, 20XX 100% 100% 100% 87% 95.5% 96.15% 94.28% 93.93%


NCLEX Passing Rate January 1 – December, 20XX 90.3% 100% 96% 82% 93.02% 92.47% 89.17% 94.40%
Program Completion Rate
(150% of published curricular length)
January 1 – December, 20XX 100% 100% 95% 85.9% 92.9% 95.76% 99.31% 95.48%
Job Placement Rate
(within 6 months of graduation)
October 1 – September 30, 20XX 100% 100% 100% 87.5% 96.7% 94.44% 84.12% 92.56%

Mission, Purpose, and Goals


The mission of the College of Nursing is to educate current and future generations of nurses to serve local, national and globally diverse communities., The College of Nursing encourages innovation through evidence-based practice and research. Fundamental to this mission is the faculty’s commitment to excellence in education, scholarship, and public service. Interprofessional collaboration through affiliation with community partners fosters internal and external outcomes. The College of Nursing endeavors to provide an educational environment that values, respects, and promotes academic freedom for faculty and students in a fiscally responsible manner.

The purpose of the Nursing program is to provide a quality multifaceted nursing education that enables its graduates to achieve their optimal intellectual and professional development.

The College of Nursing advocates lifelong learning, clinical excellence in various healthcare environments, and provision of competent and caring health services to diverse populations.

In addition, the College of Nursing fosters the core values of excellence, competence, integrity and leadership, which provide the framework for students in their professional practice.

Guided by the core values, the goals of the College of Nursing are to:

  • Present a curriculum that provides students with knowledge, skills, and competency to perform the role of a professional nurse in a culturally diverse population and variety of environments
  • Provide an environment that promotes intellectual stimulation and that facilitates positive faculty/student relationships.
  • Promote the health of the community through educational partnerships and collaborations, faculty service and scholarship, and preparation of graduates who can effectively and professionally respond to societal demands.
  • Uphold the integrity of the nursing profession through principled actions and ethical decision making.
  • Ensure accountability of our students and faculty.

Additional program information can be found in the College of Nursing Student Handbook.