Four-Year B.S. Program
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.
- Three years of high school Regents science, or equivalent. Chemistry is required
- Overall average of 90 percent or better in high school
- Overall SAT score 1100 or higher or a ACT score of 24 or higher (See COVID-19 exceptions)
- A 250 words or less comprehensive statement on why you want to be a nurse
- One to three letters of recommendation
Due to testing cancellations, students who were not able to take the SAT/ACT during their junior year are not required to submit their scores and will be subject to a holistic application review. This policy is subject to change.
How to Apply:
- Complete an application for admission.
- Include all required admissions materials.
- Have your official transcripts sent to the Office of Admissions, P.O. Box 2011, Niagara University, N.Y. 14109. Include high school, and any/all colleges or universities attended.