Nursing BSN

Bachelor of Science in Nursing

Savannah serves as a regional medical hub that demands nursing professionals. At Armstrong, we offer you the pathway to success in the healthcare industry. By pursuing this degree, we will help propel you into the medical field in becoming a professionally practicing nurse. Accredited by the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education (CCNE) and approved by the Georgia Board of Nursing, the Bachelor of Science in Nursing program will provide you with the foundation for graduate education in nursing, as well as advancement opportunities in clinical and management settings. Program admission is limited and competitive.

Industry Highlights

The best-paid 10 percent of nurses made more than $96,320, while the bottom 10 percent earned less than $45,630.

- USNews.com

Career Opportunities

  • Hospitals
  • Schools
  • Health Clinics
  • Community and Home Care

Armstrong Edge

Current students take advantage of the clinical opportunities and faculty-supervised practice experiences in a variety of learning settings, along with the offerings of on-campus, hybrid, and online formatted classes.


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(September 1, 2015) Lakesha Lewis, a behavior therapist and Master of Public Health candidate at Armstrong, has been making waves within coastal Georgia’s autism support network since moving to Savannah from Los Angeles five years ago.

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