Bachelor of Science in Nursing (B.S.N.)
The 4-year B.S.N. degree is preferred by most nursing leaders and provides the best opportunities in today’s job market, including one of the highest starting salaries in any field. You’ll find that a B.S.N. is a requirement for many positions. It is also the entry point for graduate studies, nurse practitioner, and nurse anesthetist programs.
ONLINE RN-BSN PROGRAM
Milligan also offers an online RN-BSN program designed for registered nurses. Balance your life and earn your degree. Learn more »
NSCC TRANSFER PLAN
Nursing students at NSCC can co-enroll in upper-level nursing courses at Milligan and transfer to Milligan as juniors after completing their associate’s degree. Learn more »
Curriculum & Experience
At Milligan, you’ll learn everything from examining patients and treating their immediate needs, to educating people about healthcare and long-term conditions. Quality nursing education is combined with an excellent liberal arts curriculum at Milligan. During their coursework, our B.S.N. students have the opportunity to work with several major medical centers, smaller urban hospitals and clinics, community health centers, modern rural hospitals, primary care clinics, home health programs, and parish nursing programs at local churches.
View all details and course requirements for this program in the Milligan College Catalog (link below). The Milligan College academic catalog is the official, authoritative source for all academic requirements and policies. Any discrepancies in curricular requirements from other sources will default to the Catalog.
Nearly every graduate is employed or accepted to graduate school at the time of graduation.
Admission & Progression
Read about our admission and progression policies in our Nursing Program Handbook. Contact us for more information.
Accreditation & Reputation
The baccalaureate program at Milligan College is approved by the Tennessee Board of Nursing (TBN).
The baccalaureate degree program in nursing at Milligan College is accredited by the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education, 655 K Street, NW, Suite 750, Washington, DC 20001, (202) 887-6791.