Nursing at Brigham Young University-Idaho

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Brigham Young University-Idaho was founded in 1888 in Rexburg, Idaho. The university’s six academic colleges offer associate and bachelor’s degrees in both traditional and non-traditional educational formats. Since BYU-Idaho is affiliated with The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, creating a wholesome learning environment where students can foster and strengthen their religious commitment is central to the mission of the university. The Department of Nursing at BYU-Idaho is a member of the College of Agriculture & Life Sciences and offers associate and bachelor’s degrees in nursing.

Brigham Young University-Idaho At a glance

14,933

Students

43:57

Male: Female

private

Institution Type

Latter Day Saints

Religious Affiliation

rural

Campus Setting

Nursing at Brigham Young University-Idaho

unknown

NCLEX Pass Rate

CCNE

Accreditation

$3,400-$10,400

Tuition

Nursing Programs offered

    • ASN
    • RN to BSN

Highlights of program

  • Some classes offered online

  • No wait list

Location