- Linfield College
Admission to Nursing

Why Linfield Nursing?

The Linfield-Good Samaritan School of Nursing is a recognized leader in regionally accredited, CCNE-approved nurse education for both traditional, campus-based programs and online nursing degrees.

In fact, the Good Samaritan School of Nursing is the oldest nursing education program in the Pacific Northwest. And we continue to provide a variety of options for you as you advance your nursing education.

With our innovative approach to blending theory and practice, you will not only learn great nursing skills, but how to communicate effectively, think critically and problem solve as a nursing student in any of our programs. This is why Linfield Nurses are highly sought after in hospitals and health care organizations.

Employment opportunities for Linfield prepared nurses

Here are just a few of specialized nursing fields you might pursue with a Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) or Master of Science in Nursing (MSN) from Linfield University:

  • Nurse Training/Education
  • Public and Community Health
  • Leadership and Management in Nursing
  • Hospice and Home Health
  • RN Case Management

Which program is right for me?

Take the next step toward becoming a Linfield nurse. Read through our different Nursing programs below and select the program that best fits your needs. We offer both campus-based and online nursing degrees, as well as a Master of Science in Nursing.

Pre-licensure Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN)

A two-year, transfer-only program for students who have completed their prerequisites and most of their general education requirements.

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Pre-licensure Accelerated BSN (on-campus)

An accelerated 15-month program is available for students with a bachelor's degree who have completed the prerequisites.

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RN to BSN (fully online)

A 15-month program completely online for licensed nurses to achieve their BSN. We have co-admission partnerships for students completing an associate degree in nursing at many Oregon community colleges.

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Master of Science in Nursing (MSN) in Leadership in Healthcare Ecosystems

This is a one-year, online program for licensed nurses who already have their BSN.

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