All BSN Students

A bachelor’s degree from University of Missouri’s Sinclair School of Nursing prepares future nurses for a variety of health-care settings. Below, review resources for BSN students.

Highly ranked by U.S. News & World Report, the Sinclair School of Nursing is committed to promoting, maintaining and improving health and health-care delivery in Missouri and worldwide through nursing education, research and service.

BSN Student Resources

Follow the pages below to explore BSN student information:

  • BSN Advising
    Get information on the advising process as a BSN student at MU Sinclair School of Nursing.
  • Clinical Experience
    Learn more about the clinical experience, known as clinical practica, which provides hands-on experiences in the real world of nursing and medicine.
  • Transfer Majors & Credit
    Find out how to transfer majors at Mizzou into the nursing school, or how to transfer credits from other institutions.
  • Research Mentorships
    Learn how  you can help fund your education at MU Sinclair School of Nursing while also exploring the world of nursing research through our undergraduate research mentorships.
  • Withdrawal
    Find out how to withdraw from classes at MU Sinclair School of Nursing and how to re-enter, if needed.

Baccalaureate Program Outcomes

Upon completion of the Bachelor of Science in Nursing Program, the learner will:

  • Provide safe, competent care across the life span to diverse patients, families, and communities based on knowledge, professional standards, existing evidence and theoretical frameworks from nursing and related disciplines.
  • Critically evaluate nursing and health related evidence to provide or delegate safe, effective, efficient, patient-centered, timely and equitable care.
  • Formulate well-reasoned clinical judgments based on critical appraisal of the current evidence to guide nursing care across a continuum of health care environments.
  • Integrate technologies of information, health care, and communication to design, coordinate, deliver and evaluate high quality and safe patient-centered care.
  •  Provide quality, safe, supportive and cost-effective care that promotes the goal of optimal health status and incorporates health care and regulatory agencies’ policies.
  • Communicate and collaborate effectively with inter-professional team members, diverse patients, families and communities to prevent disease and injury and promote optimal well-being.
  • Demonstrate professional conduct in nursing practice by incorporating ethical, legal, and practice standards and values in the design, management, coordination and evaluation of professional nursing care.
  • Demonstrate responsibility, advocacy, accountability, caring and respect for self and others when providing patient-centered, socially just, culturally-sensitive care.
  • Articulate the value of responsibility of pursuing practice excellence, life-long learning, and professional involvement.

Approved by the Faculty Assembly, 5/06/02, 5/10/04, 11/09, 4/14.