The new undergraduate Bachelor of Science in Nursing program at CBU is custom-fit for you. True to the service-learning culture that defines CBU's heritage, students in the traditional BSN program will have study abroad learning choices as well as options for clinicals throughout the Memphis community. Many of the clinical experiences will provide opportunities for rotations with preceptors to ensure a personalized clinical experience.
After program completion, you will be eligible to apply to the State Board of Nursing for RN licensure. CBU's nursing program does not guarantee licensure; all graduates of the program must pass the NCLEX licensing exam.
Undergraduate applicants must apply to CBU and be admitted before applying to the Nursing Program.
As an incoming freshman, you will enroll at CBU in the School of Sciences as a Health Science major for your first two years before being accepted into the Nursing Program prior to your junior year. Those first two years are spent completing prerequisite general education courses to prepare you for nursing classes your junior and senior year.
Current and Transfer Students
To enter CBU's traditional nursing program as a college sophomore or junior, whether you are a current CBU student or transfer student, you must be accepted to both CBU and the Nursing Program. The Admissions staff or your academic advisor can help you understand the application process and prerequisites for the nursing program.
Because we have had such a tremendous response from students seeking to transfer into our BSN program, we will only be accepting applications through June 8.
ADMISSION DETAILS BSN APPLICATION
Nursing Program - Office of Admissions
The baccalaureate degree program in nursing at Christian Brothers University is accredited by the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education (http://www.ccneaccreditation.org).