Preparing nurse leaders who change lives
Temple University (TU) is one of the world's finest urban Universities and takes pride in being one of the most diverse higher learning institutions in the country. Temple University, located in the city of Philadelphia, provides opportunities to experience nursing that are unsurpassed by other universities. View Curriculum.
Although there are many undergraduate nursing programs in the U.S., ours stands out as a leader in preparing nurses to care for people within local communities and the world. Our undergraduate nursing program provides the foundation to prepare expert nursing clinicians, educators, and leaders focused on primary health care for underserved and vulnerable populations.
Why choose Temple's Bachelor's of Science in Nursing (BSN) program?
In the senior year, students in the Bachelor program have opportunities to work independently with a nurse preceptor. Read more on undergraduate clinical education experiences.
There are three different entry options for candidates seeking to obtain a Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN), depending on their background and education.
For admissions requirements, read more.
Applicants should be aware prior to applying to the BSN Program as well as prior to entering the BSN Program that the Board of Nursing may refuse to license a person who has been found guilty or pleaded guilty to felony charges. The Board of Nursing application for licensure asks, “Have you been convicted of a misdemeanor, felony; felonious act; an illegal act associated with alcohol, an illegal act associated with substance abuse(s)?” Applicants should seriously consider this condition for licensure. Practice of deceit in the submission of criminal background checks and child abuse clearance forms is cause for dismissal.