A Bachelor of Science in Nursing prepares you for the professional practice of nursing and being responsive to the community’s health needs in a rapidly changing society.
Maddie Easter

Mattie Easter
Coordinator of Undergraduate Admissions/Advisor

Bachelor of Science in Nursing - Traditional (TBSN)

At the University of Mobile, your professors take a personal interest in your learning journey and mentor you through your clinical experience. State-of-the-art clinical simulations provide you with real-life scenarios to understand the concepts you learn in the classroom.

There is a great need for nurses in various health care settings who are high-quality professional nursing leaders. Health care occupations are projected to add more jobs than any other occupational group as an aging population leads to greater demand for health care services.

Some characteristics of successful professionals in the nursing field include problem-solving skills, empathy, communication skills, attention to detail, stamina and versatility.

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 - Faculty are experienced health care professionals and educators who mentor you
- BSN-level nurses can earn higher salaries with increased employment opportunities
- Graduates are prepared to pursue master’s and doctoral degrees


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“The program is flexible with practice experiences that are individualized based on interests and learning needs. The practice experiences can be completed while you work, allowing the nurse to work while completing the Bachelor of Science in Nursing degree. Nurses who are graduates of an Associate Degree in Nursing or Diploma program in Nursing with an unrestricted nursing license may be eligible for admission.”

Mattie Easter, MSN, RN
Coordinator of Undergraduate Admissions/Advisor
School of Nursing
College of Health Professions


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