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Your Degree in Nursing. Your Career Launchpad.

Nurses exude uncommon compassion, an endless stream of knowledge and expertise in preparing for, and responding to, patient situations. Nurses understand medical procedure and are keenly attentive to the wellbeing of the patients they care for. They adapt, sacrifice and help patients feel whole.

As a nurse, your future is open to a never-ending realm of experiences and professional possibilities. Nurses practice in hospitals, outpatient centers and schools. Some educate. Some travel. Some move on to administrative roles, using their clinical experience and platform to develop better ways to care for patients, and offer insight into future nursing programs.

In the AdventHealth University Bachelor of Science in Nursing program, you’ll be taught by highly skilled nursing faculty members, whose real-world experience informs the instruction you receive. You’ll have the opportunity to meet with experts and develop a plan that prepares you for your nursing career. You’ll practice classroom teachings in simulated nursing environments before taking your skills and applying them to real patients in clinical settings.

High Standards for Excellence

Our Accreditation

The baccalaureate degree program in nursing at AdventHealth University is accredited by the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education, 655 K Street, NW, Suite 750, Washington, DC 20001, Call202-887-6791, http://www.aacnnursing.org/CCNE.

The Results Are Clear

Program Outcomes

NCLEX Pass Rate: 83%
*Rates based on students' first attempt to pass the exam

Graduation Year Students Entering/Graduating Graduation Rate Employment Rate
2019 124/105 85% 100
2020 210/182 87% 100
2021 160/129 81% 100

Take the First Step. Start Your Application.

With a nursing degree, you choose the path to tap into your commitment to patients in a way that brings you fulfillment. Ask yourself where you’d like to go. We can help you get there. Submit your application, and we’ll go from there.