BSN, Nursing (UAA)
As a partner in shaping health care for Alaska, the UAA School of Nursing educates students for current and future roles in local, state, national, and worldwide arenas. The School addresses the diverse and unique health care challenges across the state by sharing expertise in education, service, policy, and political arenas and through innovative research for the discovery and dissemination of new knowledge.
BSN Nursing Program Outcomes
The program provides students with a closely related mix of theory and clinical practice. Students gain clinical experience in hospitals, nursing homes, and clinics. The program requires a minimum of four years of full-time study.
Classes and prerequisites have changed recently, for the most up to date information, refer to the School of Nursing webpage.
For advising and additional information, please contact:
Coordinator of Student Affairs
University of Alaska Anchorage
3211 Providence Drive
Anchorage, AK 99508-8030
FAX: (907) 786-4559
In Alaska, RNs earn an average hourly wage of $45.81, and have an average annual salary of $95,270 (according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics).
In Alaska, there are currently many job opportunities for RNs – approximately 256 openings a year – and this occupation is expected to grow rapidly.
- monitoring and record keeping of patient status
- administer treatments and medications
- supervise certified nurse assistants and aides
- provide instruction to individuals, families and the public on health issues