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Bachelor of Science Nursing Program (BSN)

Nurses are the Heart of Healthcare

The BSN program in Nursing offers a holistic approach that treats the whole person and teaches students to be professional, competent, and caring nurses who can think critically, communicate with compassion, and contribute to positive health outcomes for the people they serve.

“Dr. Miller

Thank you for your help, thoughts, and encouragement throughout my nursing education at SAU. I am so grateful that God brought you to SAU to develop a groundbreaking program and I was able to receive a strong educational foundation in nursing from you. I wanted to send you a message expressing my gratitude for being an inspiring nursing professor and department chair. Your faith, passion for nursing and heart is truly amazing.”


Sincerely, Macie Leath


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Southern Association of Colleges and Schools and Commission on Colleges (SACSCOC)

Webber International University is accredited by the The Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges to award associate, bachelor and master degrees. St Andrews University is a branch campus of Webber International University. Its accreditation is dependent on the continued accreditation of Webber. Questions about the accreditation of Webber International University may be directed in writing to the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges at 1866 Southern Lane, Decatur, Georgia 3300334097, by calling (404) 6794500, of by using information available on SACSCOC website



Information on NCLEX pass rates can be found here.

The baccalaureate degree program in nursing at St Andrews University (a Branch of Webber International University) is accredited by the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education, 655 K Street NW, Suite 750, Washington, DC 20001, 202-887-6791.

St Andrews University Nursing program aims to satisfy professional licensure requirements in North Carolina. The Bachelor of Science (BSN) program prepares students to sit for the NCLEX exam and or practice within the state of North Carolina. Any student considering a BSN program that may lead to obtaining a professional license outside of North Carolina, should check with that state’s Board of Nursing to verify licensure requirements prior to taking any degree program. Other states may have different standards. Please understand that St Andrews cannot sufficiently advise any student whether the BSN program at St Andrews meets requirements outside of North Carolina.

This disclosure is limited to St Andrews University’s evaluation of whether its BSN program, if successfully completed, is sufficient to meet the educational licensure requirements of this state. The University cannot provide verification of any individual’s ability to meet licensure requirements unrelated to its educational curriculum, as individual states may change their requirements for licensure or endorsement.

Prior to applying to or registering in the BSN program, please discuss this important topic with your admissions representative or career services


Educate, Motivate, and Innovate

SAU’s BSN program is passionate about providing a foundational nursing education that will motivate its graduates to develop innovative evidenced-based healthcare strategies that will transform the delivery of healthcare services to clients in diverse community and clinical settings. 

Graduates of the program are eligible to sit for the NCLEX exam.

Other program features include:

  • Hands-on clinical experiences in actual healthcare settings
  • Realistic simulation experiences to prepare students for the actual clinical experiences
  • Accredited by The Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges
  • Small class sizes
  • Dedicated faculty with real-world experiences and a heart for students and the nursing discipline

Career Opportunities

Graduates of the BSN program have a wide variety of work opportunities in: 


Skilled Nursing Facilities

Outpatient Settings

Physician Offices or Clinics

Insurance Companies

Elementary Schools, High Schools, or Universities

Clinical Nurse Educator

Community Health or Public Health Centers


Travel Nurse

Correctional Healthcare Facilities

Forensic Nurse

Fall Classes Start Tuesday, Aug. 27th!