Our Vision: Changing lives through professional nursing, disciple leadership, and caring.

Nursing faculty member with nursing student

Our Mission/Goals

  • Care through inspiration and professionalism
  • Promote a high regard for quality, safety, and collaboration
  • Engage in the scholarship for the discipline
  • Innovate health practice

Program Outcomes

  • Clinical Judgement: The graduate will think critically substantiated with evidence to provide quality, safe, patient-centered care.
  • Personal Identity: The graduate will develop professional identity through leadership, technology, ethical/legal, and health care policy considerations.
  • Communication: The graduate will demonstrate multiple methods of effective communication and collaboration in a variety of settings.
  • Cultural Sensitivity: The graduate will respect and advocate for diverse patients, families, and populations.
  • Personal Growth: The graduate will demonstrate core values, Christ-centered care, and a commitment to life-long learning.

NCLEX First Time Pass Rates

2020 2021 2022
93% 94% 89%

64 Students admitted per semester
95 Applicants considered per semester (avg)
95% Completion Rate

The Department of Nursing at BYU-Idaho is Accredited and/or Approved by

The baccalaureate degree program in nursing at BYU-Idaho is accredited by the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education (http://www.ccneaccreditation.org.