Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) is a four-year undergraduate degree program that prepares students to become registered nurses (RNs). A BSN degree provides students with the skills and knowledge needed to deliver high-quality patient care, and may also prepare them for advanced nursing roles, such as nurse practitioner, nurse educator, or nurse researcher. Many healthcare facilities now require their nurses to have a BSN degree or higher, so completing a BSN program can lead to better job opportunities and higher salaries in the nursing profession.


The AMCC School of Nursing believes in God as the true model of harmonious Adventist Nursing Education.


The AMCC School of Nursing envisions having a wholistic nursing education, practice, and research for service to God and humanity.


The AMCC School of Nursing prepares learners for a lifelong commitment to serving with care, compassion, and moral uprightness.


1. Integrate faith, learning, and life in the nursing profession’s standards.

2. Train individuals on nursing academic standards in order to demonstrate quality client care.

3. Utilize scientific inquiry to prepare learners for evidence-based practice.

4. Enhance culture-responsive service programs to empower individuals for selfless service to humanity.