Type of Degree: 
Bachelor of Science
Required Credits: 
128 hours
Average Time of Commitment/Completion: 
Four Years

St. Gregory’s nursing students grow in mind, body and spirit, becoming skilled nurses who provide exceptional, holistic care.

The curriculum has an ethical focus based in Catholic theology and social teaching. Graduates are well prepared to care for the whole person – spiritually, emotionally and mentally – as well as physically.

Unlike many other universities, students who attend St. Gregory’s for their general education and prerequisite courses and meet program standards are automatically accepted into the nursing program their junior year – without an additional application! Program standards include maintaining a minimum GPA of 2.5 and meeting other admission requirements, such as background checks and drug screening.

Examples Of This Major’s Core Classes: 

Prerequisite Coursework Principles of Biology 
Intro to Nursing
Medical Vocabulary (optional)
Principles of Chemistry 
Human Anatomy 
Health Care Ethics

Bachelor of Nursing Coursework Foundations of Nursing 
Health Assessment 
Pharmacology I 
Maternal/Child Health 
Adult Health 
Evidence Based Practices 
Mental Health
Pharmacology II 
Public Health 
Adult Health II 
Critical Care 
Geriatric Care 

Special Activities/Opportunities You’ll Experience At St. Gregory’s: 

Students have varied nursing experiences in hospital, clinical and other health care settings. This well rounded clinical experience will distinguish our graduates as being well prepared for employment.

Our Commitment To You: 

From the time you apply until you graduate, you receive customized, personalized attention and guidance. Our caring staff will assist you through the admissions, financial aid and registration process and our faculty will mentor you throughout your studies.