A prelicensure track that prepares students to become registered nurses by covering nursing practice and research, health policy, resource management, leadership, and care coordination skills.
Boise State supports registered nurses in completing their Bachelor of Science through a flexible, rewarding, and enriching online RN-BS Completion Track. Apply to start Spring, Summer or Fall.
The Adult Gerontology Nurse Practitioner program prepares nurses to effectively meet the health care needs of the adult population as nurse practitioners. The AGNP includes online courses, clinical hours, and on campus summer intensives.
The DNP is the highest degree for nurses seeking to be leaders in improving nursing practice and patient outcomes. Our program is online, project-focused, and will enhance your leadership skills in a challenging but supportive environment.
AGNP Certificates allow practicing nurse practitioners to expand their scope of practice, privileging, and certification to acute care or primary care adult gerontology.
A program that teaches the theory of simulation, the process of developing and debriefing simulation scenarios, and techniques to manage a simulation center.
At Boise State University, we prepare nursing students to provide caring, holistic and quality nursing services to diverse populations while also facilitating the development of leadership and interprofessional skills.
The School of Nursing is home to Idaho’s largest undergraduate nursing program, a well-established online RN-BS Completion track, outstanding graduate programs, and to a nationally accredited Simulation Center. Our faculty and staff are focused on academic excellence, meaningful scholarly pursuits, and service to the local, national, and international community. We welcome your interest in our academic programs and invite you to get to know us!
Ann O. Hubbert, PhD, RN, CTN-A
Director, School of Nursing