The Department of Nursing currently offers a generic B.S.N. program, the RN to B.S.N. track and the Master's program. Graduates of the nursing program are employed in major health care institutions such as Duke University Hospital, Georgetown University Hospital, Hershey Medical Center, Baylor Medical Center and Johns Hopkins Hospital. Liberty nursing students enjoy 99 percent job placement once they graduate. These Liberty Alumni are employed in every specialty and work in a variety of fields such as organ transplant units, neonatal intensive care, surgery, pediatrics, obstetrics, cardiac intensive care, emergency care and on the mission fields throughout the world.
Students in the generic B.S.N. program enter the nursing major in their first semester of the sophomore year and progress through three years of nursing and general education courses prior to graduation.
The master's degree program is approved by the State Council for Higher Education and accredited by the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education, Southern Association of Colleges and Schools and Transnational Association of Christian Colleges and Schools.
If you want more information regarding the Nursing Department, please contact Nursing Admissions by calling (434) 582-2114 or by email to firstname.lastname@example.org.