Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) in Flagstaff

Program overview

Become a leader in the field of healthcare with our Bachelor of Science in Nursing program. We will prepare you to provide nursing care for individuals, families, and communities in a variety of urban and rural settings.

We will prepare you to make a difference.

We admit 60 students per year in the Flagstaff campus program, and have a ratio of 30 students to one instructor in most nursing theory classes, and 10 students to one instructor in the hands-on clinical labs.

Students applying to the Flagstaff Nursing program should be advised that admission is highly competitive. While we consider many factors in the admissions process including GPA, number of credits taken at NAU, and community service, we require a minimum Kaplan test score of 70 and a minimum score of 60 in the science portion. In the past three application cycles, the Flagstaff Nursing program has accepted, 26%, 36% and 33% respectively, of the qualified candidates who applied.

Nursing courses are taught in various settings:

Graduating from Northern Arizona University’s BSN program means you are eligible to take the National Council Licensure Exam for Registered Nurses (NCLEX-RN), and begin your rewarding career in healthcare.

Download the BSNinformation packet for further details.

Program requirements

There are a variety of prerequisites you must complete before being admitted into the nursing program—prepare yourself by checking out our program requirements

Admissions process

Getting ready to apply? Review the School of Nursing undergraduate admissions process.