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Nursing
Nursing and Public Health

Traditional Pre-Licensure Baccalaureate Program

Our BSN program is designed to address the multiple roles of the professional nurse within the health care system during the 21st century. Development of our innovative curriculum was based on the belief that a strong background in the liberal arts and sciences is necessary to prepare nurses to manage the complexities inherent in the current health care system, and to provide safe, quality care to individuals and populations that represent diverse backgrounds.


Program Objectives  |  Curriculum |  Courses


All our nursing students are exposed to a variety of clinical experiences and log over 1,000 hours in a variety of patient care, simulation and laboratory practice settings. Each individual clinical group is comprised of no more than 8 students.

All students are placed in similar types of quality clinical practice settings and benefit from two full rotations in community health practice settings. Rotations include the following:

  • medical/surgical
  • obstetrics
  • pediatrics
  • psychiatric/behavioral health
  • rehabilition
  • critical care
  • home health care
  • community agencies

After four years of taking nursing classes in tandem with Moravian College's LinC curriculum, you'll engage in a hands-on clinically relevant nursing research project and participate in a one-on-one precepted internship experience with a registered nurse in an acute-care hospital setting.