Compassionate Nurses for a Healthy Future
Concordia University-Portland offers a small, caring Christian community that encourages student and faculty interaction, individual attention, and spiritual growth – all backed with an emphasis on service. Nursing students here receive invaluable, hands-on preparation with real-world application in a variety of settings. As a result, Concordia nursing graduates learn to care for the whole patient – mind, body, and spirit – and are prepared to promote health, offer quality bed-side care, and provide leadership, both within health care organizations and in the broader community.
The baccalaureate degree in nursing program at Concordia University - Portland is accredited by the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education.
- 38 credit hours during junior and senior years are spent hands-on, in the lab or in clinicals
- Our highly competitive nursing program means employers seek out our graduates
- Concordia has one of the largest cadaver labs in the Pacific Northwest
- Recent state-of-the-art laboratory renovations improved and expanded the analytical chemistry lab, cell culture lab, and the biology research lab