School of Nursing
The Missouri Baptist University school of nursing will prepare students spiritually, intellectually and professionally through a foundation of liberal arts education. Students integrate personal faith in the practice of nursing serving in a global and culturally diverse society.
Missouri Baptist University will be offering the Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) beginning in January of 2018, pending site approval from the Missouri Board of Nursing.
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MBU’s BSN program will utilize a conceptual approach to teach students about health, illness and the patient-centered provision of nursing care in a faith-based environment. Learn More
The Online RN to BSN program at Missouri Baptist University is a degree completion program for qualified registered nurses (RNs) who have completed their associate’s degree in nursing. Learn More
In accordance with the mission statement of Missouri Baptist University, the RN-BSN curriculum prepares registered nurses (RNs) for professional service in multifaceted roles. Learn More