School of Nursing
School of Nursing
Programs & Outcomes
MidAmerica Nazarene University offers comprehensive nursing education options including:
- TBSN – Traditional Bachelor Science in Nursing
- ABSN – Accelerated Bachelor of Science in Nursing
- Adult Gerontology Primary Care Nurse Practitioner
- Adult Gerontology Primary Care Nurse Practitioner Certificate
- RN-BSN – Accelerated RN-BSN Program
- MSN – Master of Science in Nursing
- MSN Certificates
Eligibility for a Professional Nursing License in Kansas
The State of Kansas sets the qualifications for persons to become licensed as registered professional nurses. Completion of the MNU BSN program does not guarantee that a graduate will be eligible for RN licensure. The eligibility for professional nursing practice in Kansas can be found in the Kansas Nurse Practice Act, KSA 65-1115.
To read more about requirements for a Kansas registered professional nursing license, please click on the following link: https://ksbn.kansas.gov/wp-content/uploads/NPA/65-1115.pdf
Possible Licensure Disqualification Information can be found in KSA 65-1120, please click on the following link: https://www.mnu.edu/wp-content/uploads/2022/04/KSA-65-11-20.pdf
- Since 2016, the pass rate for the NCLEX-RN® exam for first-time Bachelor of Science in Nursing graduates from MNU has exceeded the state and national averages.
- Ranked #1 in Kansas Online RN to BSN program 2022 by RegisteredNursing.org
- ABSN program ranked #1 Ranked Paramedic to RN Program 2019 by RegisteredNursing .org
- Nursing programs ranked a Best Nursing Colleges for Veterans 2019 by CollegeFactual.com
- Nursing programs ranked a Best Nursing Colleges for Non-Traditional Students 2019 by CollegeFactual.com
- Nursing programs ranked #1 School in Kansas for Non-Traditional Nursing Students 2019 by CollegeFactual.com
- Masters in Nursing Healthcare Management program ranked Top 15 Online Healthcare Quality and Patient Safety Master’s Programs 2019 by Healthcare-Management-Degree.net
- Ranked #1 in Kansas Online student-friendly RN to BSN 2022 by RegisteredNursing .org
The faculty of the undergraduate nursing program assists students to meet the five general education outcomes of the University. Nursing students demonstrate competency in these outcomes prior to graduation. The outcomes, their definitions, and their defining characteristics relative to a major in nursing are as follows:
Using one’s Christian faith to guide one’s life and professional nursing practice.
Exercising intellectual curiosity, creative problem-solving, and precision of thinking by locating, analyzing, organizing, and applying knowledge for meaningful solutions for one’s life and professional nursing practice.
Learning and interpreting information from creation as a person and incorporating this information into one’s personal life while engaging in professional nursing practice.
Communicating effectively and engaging in therapeutic use of self when working with persons with diverse nursing care needs as a professional nurse.
Promote factors that create a culture of safety and caring for diverse populations.