The nursing undergraduate major will prepare you for an exciting career as a professional nurse. The curriculum is fully integrated with the arts and sciences and will provide you with all of the tools you will need to practice in the fast-paced and ever-changing health care system. You will experience health care at the cutting edge as you learn nursing skills in our laboratory and develop hands-on practice in hospitals, nursing homes, mental health and visiting nurse facilities in the Westchester County and New York metropolitan areas. Classes are small, the faculty, nationally-known, and nursing education is delivered with all the personal touches for which Concordia College is known.

Concordia Nursing NEWS

Concordia is among the top five Baccalaureate Nursing Programs in New York State for NCLEX-RN pass rates and has exceeded both national and state pass rates. (Source: The National Council Licensure Examination for Registered Nurses)

Our Nursing Students Value the Whole Person

Nursing education at Concordia College utilizes knowledge from liberal arts and sciences to provide nurses with a well-rounded educational foundation. We respect high-touch as much as we value high-tech and we are intentional about making sure our graduates value the whole person—their culture, their spirituality, their humanity. Graduates from our program are encouraged to embrace life-long learning and continue their nursing education long after they leave our campus. 


Traditional & Post Bacc Undergraduate Nursing Student Handbook

Sample Nursing Program Courses Include:

Health Promotion, Disease Prevention, Risk Reduction Spiritual and Cultural Competence in the Delivery of Nursing Care
Contemporary Issues in Nursing Pathopharmacology I & II
Critical Thinking in the Clinical Management of Patients Nursing Care of Aggregate Populations: Family
Health Assessment Nursing Care of Aggregate Populations: Community and Mental Health
Acute Care of the Adult Patient I & II Research, Theory and Evidence Base for Nursing Care
Nursing Care of the Older Adult Nursing Leadership
Transition to the Professional Nursing Role