Traditional BSN program

Registered nurses make an average of $67,490 per year according to the United States Bureau of Labor Statistics. Employment of registered nurses is expected to grow by 16 percent by 2024. With nurses in such high demand, you will have opportunities all over the country to work in hospitals, medical centers, extended-care facilities and government institutions. With a nursing degree from Henderson State, the possibilities are endless.

Nursing is a fulfilling career rich with opportunities to help people and improve their quality of life. Our program is dedicated to providing you with the education and experience you need to pursue a career in nursing.

Henderson State focuses on students, and our new program will allow you the freedom to pursue your dreams. 

Our nursing classes are small, with low student-to-instructor ratios that help to facilitate student success. Our students obtain high first-time pass rates on the RN-NCLEX.  Historically our graduates obtain100 percent employment.. 

Our bachelor’s degree programs prepare professional nurses to pursue graduate degrees as well. We also offer the following nursing degree options:

BSN guidelines and application

BSN handbook