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Nursing & Health Sciences

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Nursing (BSN)

Want to become a Registered Nurse? Or, perhaps you are a Registered Nurse and wish to advance your career options with a Bachelor of Science in Nursing degree (BSN). Start your journey with us today and we will help you find the right path to earning a BSN degree. 

Explore 4 Pathways to the BSN degree

 Which Track Applies to You?

Basic Track

For students with no previous nursing degree who wish to become a Registered Nurse.

Learn how to apply to the Basic Track


For students that have graduated from a practical nursing nursing program and hold a valid LPN/LVN license.

Learn how to apply to the LPN to BSN track


For students that are currently enrolled in an associate degree nursing program at select community colleges and wish to pursue a BSN degree concurrently with the associate degree.

Learn how to apply to the CC to BSN track


For students that have graduated or are about to graduate from an associate degree RN program and hold a valid RN license.

Learn how to apply to the RN to BSN track

CCNE Accreditation

The baccalaureate degree program in nursing at Lewis-Clark State College is accredited by the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education (www.ccneaccreditation.org), and approved by the Idaho Board of Nursing.

About Us


To be recognized as a pioneering nursing program responsive to the needs and expectations of our students and other stakeholders.


To provide a supportive student-centered learning environment that prepares nursing graduates with the

  • knowledge and skills to meet the nursing needs of the clients they serve
  • ability to become engaged citizens, advocates, and lifelong learners
  • competencies to be effective nurse leaders

Student/Program Outcomes

  1. Graduates who are well prepared to function as a baccalaureate nurse in various healthcare settings.
  2. Graduates who are well prepared to participate as a member of interdisciplinary healthcare teams.
  3. Graduates who are well prepared to understand and assume leadership roles in the healthcare system.
  4. Stakeholders who are satisfied with the BSN curriculum and educational experience.
  5. Students who graduate from the program.

Guiding Principles

  • We focus on Patient Safety and Quality of Care.
  • We embrace the art of nursing as reflected through Professional Values and Ethical Principles.
  • We value Partnerships, Teamwork, and Interprofessional Collaboration.
  • We emphasize the science of nursing through Quality Improvement and Evidence-Based Practice.
  • We create an Inclusive environment that promotes Diversity.

Faculty Outcomes

BSN Faculty Outcomes Document