BSN Programs in Alabama

There are over 15 available nursing schools in Alabama offering Bachelor’s of Nursing (BSN) degrees. View the full list and our summaries of each BSN program below. You can directly request information from featured programs on this page – they are currently accepting applicants from Alabama residents.

Full List of BSN Programs in Alabama

Featured BSN programs accepting Alabama applicants
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Campus-based programs in Alabama

Auburn University at Montgomery
P.O. Box 244023, Montgomery, AL 36124-4023, (334) 244-3000

This four year undergraduate Bachelor of Science in Nursing degree program has two components – the lower division and upper division which takes two years each to complete. In order to advance into the upper division students must have complete the prerequisites and minimum requirements in the lower division then make an application to proceed. Upper level space is limited and admission competitive.

Jacksonville State University
700 Pelham Road North, Jacksonville, AL 36265-1602, (256) 782-5781

The university’s college of nursing requires students to start their application process three months prior to entry. Pass students of other nursing programs who were not successful are not eligible to apply into this BSN program.  Foreign students whose first language is not English must complete all the TOEFL requirements. In order to be admitted into the upper level part of the bachelor’s degree nursing program students must meet all the requirements from the lower level. Financial aid is available for those who qualify.

Oakwood University
7000 Adventist Boulevard Northwest, Huntsville AL 35896, United States, (256) 726-7000

Students who wish to enter the undergraduate BS in nursing program can apply for financial aid and utilize the many student resources offered on campus. This nursing is designed to be completed in four years but students can also choose a fiver year plan in case of delays. You must have completed two years of modern foreign language in high school or you must take six hours of instruction on the subject.

Samford University
800 Lakeshore Drive, Homewood, AL 35229, United States, (205) 726-2462

The school of nursing at this college offers several health care programs including the Bachelor of Science in Nursing degree. The program offers three options; the regular 4 year for students first entering university, the 5 semester program for those with a BSc in another subject other than nursing and the 15 month accelerated second degree nursing for individuals with a Bachelors degree in another area other than nursing. A minimum GPA of 3.0, ACT score of 21 and SAT of 1000 are some of the admissions criterion.

South University
4401 North Himes Avenue #175, Tampa, FL 33614, United States, (813) 393-3800

This is a four year BSN program where students can apply for housing to live on campus while they study. Financial aid is available to students who qualify. The university has a three step admissions process; (1) request info, (2) apply and (3) financial planning. A Bachelor of Science degree completion program is also offered online.

Spring Hill College
4000 Dauphin St, Mobile, Alabama 36608, United States, (251) 380-4000

This institution offers its students many resources such as dining, a wellness center, athletics,  campus ministries and much more. The Bachelors of Science in Nursing Degree program offers a comprehensive nursing education which requires critical thinking, scientific knowledge and clinical skills. Students in this program will gain the necessary clinical experience by doing some of their clinical training at the hospitals in the county.

The University of Alabama
Tuscaloosa, Alabama 35487, (205) 348-6010

There are special scholarships available for students doing the Bachelors of Science in Nursing degree program. There is also a nursing association and nursing honor society that students can become a part of. Preference will be given to students who have completed 32 or more credit hours in the lower division to move to the upper division. All the minimum requirements must be met to advance because admission is very competitive.

The University of Alabama at Birmingham
1530 3rd Avenue,  South Birmingham, AL 35294, United States, (205) 934-4011

Students are exposed to an active campus life which includes athletics, health and wellness programs, clubs and organizations. There are pre-nursing courses that must be completed prior to entry into the Bsc in nursing program. You then must maintain a GPA of 2.75 or higher in your first two years in order to progress. Upon successful completion of the program you will then sit the NCLEX-RN exams.

The University of Alabama in Huntsville
301 Sparkman Drive, Huntsville, AL 35899, United States, (256) 824-6198

All candidates entering the BSN program must be fully immunized, have a CPR certificate, health insurance and submit to a background check and drug tests. Students in the program who excel at the top of the class will be given priority for admission into the upper division of the 4 year program. Space is limited and admission competitive. Students may apply for financial aid.

Troy University
21 N New Warrington Rd # B, Pensacola, Florida 32506, United States, (850) 458-4720

Whether you are international, first time, transfer, home-schooled or a student looking to study online this institution welcomes you to their Bachelors degree nursing program. The Bachelor of Science in Nursing program requires you to gave a minimum GPA of 2.5 for entry. Prerequisite courses may also be a criteria. There are grants, loans, Veterans benefits, scholarships and third part assistance available. Students may apply for housing an participate in the athletic programs on campus.

Troy University
Troy, Alabama 36082 ,1-334-670-3000, 800-414-5756

The Baccalaureate degree in nursing requires applicants to first be admitted to the university after which each applicant will file a written application with the school of nursing in order to be admitted. Transfer students are advised that if they were not eligible to continue their original program they will not be eligible to continue at this school. The school offers extra curricular activities such as athletics and other recreational activities. Housing and financial aid are available.

Tuskegee University
1200 W. Montgomery Road, Tusgegee Inst. AL 36088, 334-727-8011

This school has a history that spans 131 years. Students in the Bachelor of Science in Nursing Degree program can get assistance in acquiring financial aid through state, federal, county, the university and private sources. Students in this program are expected to attend to short summer sessions totaling 7 credit hours. The course offered in these session are for enrichment purposes and include gerontology, nursing of childbearing families, medical mathematics and terminology, along with cognitive and clinical skills.

University of Mobile
5735 College Parkway, Mobile, AL 36613, 251.675.5990 | 800.WIN.RAMS

All applicants to this school regardless of program of undertaking, must copies of MMR shots and TB skin test. Applicant to the BS in Nursing program are required to have a GPA of 2.75 or higher with ACT score of 21. You can get exemption from submitting ACT scores if you have earned 24 or more credits from another university with a GPA of 3.00 or higher. I f you are 25 or older you might also be allowed to apply without the ACT score. You must also complete 55 hours of pre-courses such as BIO(201, 202, 301), MA (107 or 110 or 111), NU 252 among others.

University of North Alabama
1 Harrison Plaza, Florence, AL 35630, USA

Students at this school have the opportunity to be involved in the Study Abroad program held in the summer. If not you can participate in athletics, music, theatre and other activities. There is housing, employment assistance, counseling and other services and resources available to students. The first two years of the Baccalaureate degree in nursing include courses such as humanities, biology, physical and behavioral sciences. In the third and final year students undertake advanced clinical and nursing courses which will make up the requires 128 credits for graduation.

University of South Alabama
Mobile, Alabama 36688-0002, (251) 460-6101

Presidential Scholarships, USA Honors Program Scholarships, Bay Area Scholarships, Abraham Mitchell Business Scholarships along with other financial aid are offered to Freshman students. Student also have access to a an accredited health care facility where they can get medical attentions ASAP or by appointment. Students applying into the BSN program who need housing should submit their housing application with the college application. There is an open registration for all eligible continuing and readmitted students.