Bachelor of Science in Nursing - Alliance University

The vision of AU’s School of Nursing is to send Christian nurses into the world to show Christ’s love as they meet the healthcare needs of hurting people. Our mission is to educate, encourage, equip, connect, and mobilize Christian nurses to work in global communities.

Why Study Nursing at Alliance University?

AU’s nursing major is designed to prepare students to become general nurses. Our students combine nursing skills, knowledge, and an attitude of service in order to provide compassionate care and advocacy for others. The curriculum also provides students with the background for advanced studies and professional careers. The benefits of studying nursing at AU include the following:

  • Small and intimate classes that foster deep relationships with your professors and fellow students
  • Opportunities to travel abroad for missions and/or clinical trips
  • Practical applications for taking the gospel and a Christian perspective into healthcare settings
  • A student-centered atmosphere
  • Capstone practicum experiences prior to graduation that provide real work experience


The bachelor’s degree program in nursing at Alliance University is accredited by the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education.
Bachelor of Science in Nursing - Alliance University

What Will I Study?

AU’s nursing students take various courses for a math and science foundation, Bible courses for a biblical foundation, and nursing courses to become a registered nurse. Students who successfully complete the requirements for graduation with a Bachelor of Science in Nursing are eligible to take the National Council Licensure Examination (NCLEX-RN).

Graduates of the School of Nursing will be able to:

  • Pursue truth and knowledge as the foundations of Christian nursing practice.
  • Practice the profession of nursing competently as an agent of healing.
  • Exhibit value for each person as created in the image of God and provide nursing care to diverse populations with sensitivity to cultural values.
  • Develop Christian character essential for a servant leader and seek opportunity to serve beyond the call of duty.
  • Discover opportunities as a practitioner of the profession and advance in the practice of profession as a life-long learner and influential leader.

Nursing course highlights include:

  • Christian Nursing
  • Community Health Nursing
  • Pharmacology
  • Management and Leadership in Nursing
  • Medical Surgical Nursing
  • Mental Health Nursing
  • Nursing Care of Children and Adolescents
  • Nursing Research
  • Transition to Professional Nursing

Career Opportunities

There are many career opportunities available to nurses. Graduates of AU’s nursing program are prepared to become general nurses and pursue their careers in different populations and clinical settings including but not limited to the following:

  • Critical care nurse
  • Dialysis nurse
  • Emergency room nurse
  • Maternity nurse
  • Nursing informatics
  • Operating room nurse
  • Pediatric nurse
  • School nurse

After working for several years and obtaining a master’s degree, graduates can become nurse practitioners, clinical nurse specialists, nurse educators, nurse administrators, or nurse researchers. Students who continue even further in their education can teach, become expert clinicians, or conduct public health research.

Our Graduates

Alliance University  nursing graduates are working in acute care hospitals, rehabilitation centers, long-term care facilities, and community health settings. In addition, a number of our graduates choose to pursue a master’s degree as nurse practitioners or in nursing education.

2018 NCLEX first-time pass rate 90%
2019 NCLEX first-time pass rate 84%
2020 NCLEX first-time pass rate 92%
2021 NCLEX first-time pass rate 89%

Key  Faculty

Bachelor of Science in Nursing - Alliance University

Dr. Inseon Hwang

Professor of Nursing