La Salle’s Nursing Programs provide students with a strong foundation that allows them to build a career in the wide range of professions available to nurses today. Graduates become culturally and clinically competent members of their profession via state-of-the-art simulation labs, experienced and dedicated faculty, and clinical experiences at the largest teaching hospital facilities in the Philadelphia area.
La Salle University’s School of Nursing and Health Sciences has an innovative, evidence-based, experiential, and interprofessional nursing program. Students in our Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) program boast NCLEX pass rates that exceed the state and national averages, and 100% of our graduates land placements in the field after completing the program.
This course examines professional nursing practice and clinical practice competencies specified by professional nursing organizations, nursing accrediting agencies, and private foundation and federal reports.
Controversies and knowledge development in pathophysiology and pharmacology are investigated, and their impact on nursing care through the lifespan is examined.
The purpose of this course is to stimulate a refinement of and appreciation for the potential of the research process in the development of nursing, client and health care systems.
The Nursing faculty encourages students to Explore, Experience, and Excel in a teaching-learning environment that fosters scholarship, collegiality, respect, and collaboration among learners and teachers. We focus on the care of vulnerable populations and respect the humanity of the people that we serve.
The program has established strong ties with several senior centers, adult day care centers, hospitals, and other health care facilities within Philadelphia and the surrounding areas (including Montgomery, Bucks, and Delaware Counties as well as New Jersey). Clinical experiences associated with coursework may be assigned at institutions such as
NCLEX Pass Rate