At Southern New Hampshire University, we understand the demands placed on today’s nursing professionals.

Nursing Degree Benefits:

  • Addresses the Institute of Medicine recommendation that 80% of nurses hold at least a bachelor's degree by 2020
  • Median annual salary of $71,730 for registered nurses in 2018*
  • 15% projected job growth for medical and health services managers through 2026*
  • Complete graduate-level coursework while in the undergraduate program
  • 8 and 10-week courses designed for working adults
  • Multiple term start dates throughout the year - complete your degree at your own pace
  • 24/7 online accessibility - attend class when and where it's convenient
  • One of the lowest tuition rates in the nation

Courses include:
Pathophysiology for Nurses, Patient Assessment and Health Literacy, Information Management and Patient Care Technologies, and Healthcare Management and Finance. Request degree information now.

*Bureau of Labor Statistics, U.S. Department of Labor, Occupational Outlook Handbook, on the Internet at (viewed online July 19, 2019). Cited projections may not reflect local and/or short-term economic or job conditions and do not guarantee actual job growth.

SNHU nursing programs are not authorized in the state of Washington or US territories and we are not accepting students residing in Washington state or US territories into Nursing programs at this time. Currently enrolled students who move into the state of Washington or a US territory will not be able to continue in nursing courses until they move out of the state of Washington or the US territory. Prospective students are encouraged to contact Admissions, and current students should contact their Advisor, for more information.