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Bachelor of Science in Nursing

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Prepare for a career as a professional nurse

Nurses must be knowledgeable, dedicated, skilled and compassionate healthcare providers. Molloy University, which has one of the largest undergraduate nursing programs in the country, will guide you to be all that and more. Earn your baccalaureate degree from Molloy University and enter the exciting world of professional nursing.

Achieve your goal of becoming a nurse. Earn your degree at Molloy University and take the best step toward becoming the nurse leader of tomorrow.


Program Information

Molloy nursing students are involved in a vibrant educational experience that integrates both theory and clinical practice in a framework of humanistic nursing, which values the inherent dignity of all people. The program promotes critical thinking, clinical judgement, and ethical decision-making, and prepares students for evidence-based nursing practice and lifelong learning. Graduates have the skills to communicate, evaluate, and deliver effective, high quality, compassionate health care, and a strong foundation for graduate education for advanced nursing roles.

  • Overview of Program

    Our faculty are accessible and committed to your success, using innovative strategies to equip you with the tools necessary for development as professional nurses. A small student/faculty ratio assures your individual needs will be met. Your academic advisor and our extensive support services will promote your academic progress.

  • Clinical Experience

    As a Molloy nurse, you'll be prepared to assume responsibility and accountability for humanistic, professional nursing practice in a wide array of healthcare environments, including hospitals, clinics, schools, and other settings that promote wellness and address illness. You will have rich clinical experiences, including critical care, maternity/family nursing, pediatrics, psychiatric-mental health, and community health, with opportunities to apply nursing theory and skills in the real world of patient care. In addition, The Barbara H. Hagan Nursing Center has a state-of-the-art skills and simulation learning laboratory, which provides a supportive environment for students to learn and practice nursing skills, and to develop clinical judgement with the guidance of expert nursing faculty and experienced nursing lab instructors.

  • Catalogue and Course Descriptions

    For more information and course descriptions visit our Undergraduate Course Catalog.  

    Traditional BS in Nursing