CUAA’s Bachelor of Science in Nursing provides students with the leadership skills and experience for general nursing practice across the spectrum of health care, based on a Christian foundation. See our School of Nursing brochure here.
Why become a Nurse at CUAA?
- Liberal arts foundation
- Many forms of clinicals beginning sophomore year
- Study abroad opportunities can meet cross-cultural requirements
- Faculty with strong clinical and nursing education backgrounds
- State-of-the-art, multi-bed skills lab
- Faculty available for individual interaction
- Sigma Theta Tau International Honor Society
CUAA’s BSN program gives students a foundation in the sciences of nursing, paired with a liberal arts core curriculum.
- Develop individual patient-centered care plans, perform skilled assessments, and interpret results
- Coordinate patient care
- Incorporate the values and ethics needed as a nurse practitioner
- Learn leadership skills needed to improve patient safety
- Work with other disciplines to help individuals and the community improve their health
- Learn nursing competencies in simulation labs and patient simulators
- Holistic patient-centered care with strong clinicals and Christ-Centered learning
A nursing degree prepares you to make meaningful contributions in:
- Long-term care facilities
- Homecare and hospice services
- Public health
- The military
The baccalaureate degree in nursing at Concordia University Ann Arbor is accredited by the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education, One Dupont Circle, NW, Suite 530, Washington DC 20036, 202-887-6791. The program is accredited until December 31, 2024.
Nursing students learn the Concordia core curriculum, featuring a liberal arts core, as well as foundational skills in a variety of nursing tracks. Click here to view our full course curriculum and progression plan that guides students towards graduation.