The Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN, BScN) also known in some countries as a Bachelor of Nursing (BN) or Bachelor of Science (BS) with a Major in Nursing is an academic degree in the science and principles of nursing, granted by an National Accreditation Board. The course of study is typically four years in Ghana.
The bachelor’s degree prepares nurses for a wide variety of professional roles and graduate study. Course work includes nursing science, research, leadership, and related sciences that inform the practice of nursing. It also provides the student with general education in mathematics, humanities and social sciences.
An undergraduate degree affords opportunities for greater career advancement and higher salary options. It is often a prerequisite for teaching, administrative, consulting and research roles.
The private Bsc. nursing universities or schools below have their accreditations from the Ghana national accreditation board to offer a four year degree or bsc in nursing. Follow the links to know more about the universities, entry requirements, nursing programmes or nursing courses they offer and how to contact them.
- Central University College School Of Nursing
- Methodist University College Ghana School Of Nursing
- Pentecost University College School Of Nursing
- Presbyterian University College School Of Nursing
- St. Karol School of Nursing
- Valley View University School Of Nursing
- All Nations University College School Of Nursing
- West End University College School Of Nursing
- Ghana Christian University College School Of Nursing
- Garden City University College School Of Nursing
- KAAF University College School Of Nursing
- Christian Service University College School Of Nursing
- Ghana Baptist University College School Of Nursing
- Neuman College Of Nursing
- Princefield College School Of Nursing
- African International University College School Of Nursing
- Mountcrest University College School Of Nursing
- Family Health Nursing And Midwifery School
- Knutsford University College
- Redeemer College Of Health (RCH)
How many years does it take to study nursing in Ghana?
Certificate programs typically last 2 years. It takes 3 years to complete a diploma program in nursing or midwifery in Ghana. Bachelor degree applicants should prepare to clock in about 4 years.
Does Legon offer degree in nursing?
The School currently runs a 4 years Bachelor of Science in Nursing degree programme with options in the final year. The options are: Paediatrics Nursing, General Nursing, Mental Health Nursing, Community Nursing and Midwifery.
How much does a nurse earn in Ghana?
On the normal, registered nurses in Ghana earn between $3,600 and $4,800 yearly.
Who qualifies for nursing in Ghana?
The nursing admission requirements are: The candidate must be between 18-35 years old. Students with WASSCE results should have a minimum aggregate score of 30 in six subjects, in 3 core and three elective subjects. A potential student should have at least credits (A1-E8) in 3 core and three elective subjects.