Four-Year B.S. Program Information
The nursing courses are spread across the traditional four-year, eight-semester plan of study. Nursing is a practice-oriented major, so clinical courses at healthcare agencies will be part of the program. The four-year nursing program curriculum card which outlines the entire program can be found online here under nursing.
Student acceptance will be determined based upon the following:
- Three years of high school Regents science, or equivalent; chemistry is required
- Overall average of 90 percent or better in high school
- 1140 minimum for the overall SAT scores
Niagara’s program is approved by New York State Education Department, which is needed for you to take the NYS RN licensing examination (NCLEX) upon graduation.
How to apply:
- Complete university application for admission, or request application from the Office of Admissions at 716.286.8700.
- Include an essay and a letter of recommendation.
- Have your official transcripts sent to Office of Admissions, P.O. Box 2011, Niagara University, N.Y. 14109. Include high school, and any/all colleges or universities attended.