Nursing equipment

Nursing, B.S.

Become a skilled and empathetic caregiver by studying transcultural nursing—a holistic approach to team-based healthcare that respects a patient’s personal beliefs, experiences, and values.

What You’ll Learn

Gain boots-on-the-ground training in diverse clinical placements throughout New York City and beyond, and ready yourself for a career as a leader in the nursing field., You’ll learn to practice with patients across their lifespan while respecting individual variations, complexities, and resources needed for individualized care.

During the program’s clinical phase, you’ll work in rotations in our affiliated network of private healthcare institutions, major New York area hospitals, ambulatory community clinics, and extended care facilities. Students may also have the opportunity to participate in outreach programs that help underserved populations, from refugees in Athens, Greece, to patients in Costa Rica.

The program also leverages the latest educational technology...everything from avatar programs to high-fidelity simulations.

Our faculty provide expertise in numerous areas—including community-based health practice, maternal child care, mental health, critical care, asthma education, and pharmacology—offering mentorship across a broad spectrum of fields. You’ll work directly with these experts—all full-time faculty hold doctorate degrees—throughout your course work and in the development of teaching materials that could be distributed to large patient populations.

Clinical Rotations

  • Addabbo Family Health Center
  • Catholic Health Services of Long Island
  • Mount Sinai Health System
  • Northwell Health
  • NYC Health + Hospitals
  • St. Barnabas Hospital
  • St. Mary’s Healthcare
  • Union Community Health Center

Career Options

  • Forensic Nurse
  • Health Educator
  • Informatics Manager
  • Nurse
  • Nurse Attorney
  • Public Health administrator
Catherine Davius (B.S. '19)

Advocate / Volunteer

Catherine Davius’ experiences in her native Haiti and as a health administrator inspired her to enroll in New York Tech’s nursing program, where she serves as president of the Mary Eliza Mahoney Club, which celebrates the life of the first black nurse in the United States.

Nicholas DeLuca (B.S. '19)

Northwell Health

A standout on the Bears' men's lacrosse team while studying for his nursing degree, Nicholas is now a registered nurse at Northwell Health in Manhasset, N.Y.

Esther Pierre (B.S. ’19)


While at New York Tech, Esther enriched her studies by participating in professional organizations, including The National Society of Leadership, National Student Nurses Association, and Greater New York City National Black Nurses Association.


“We were able to apply evidence-based practice from our background in nursing research and the knowledge we have accumulated at our clinical rotations.”

Pegah Shahbazi (B.S. '17)

Exceptional experiences.
Outstanding outcomes.







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The baccalaureate degree program in nursing at New York Tech is accredited by the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education (”

How You’ll Succeed

Upon graduation, you’ll be qualified to take the National Council of State Boards of Nursing NCLEX-RN licensing exam and ready to serve as a patient advocate, baccalaureate nurse generalist, and caregiver. Our graduates have taken on positions as hospital nurses, health educators, and more, and have gone on to advanced education, including Hofstra’s nurse practitioner program and Stony Brook’s advanced practice programs.

CCNE Accreditation Logo


The baccalaureate degree program in nursing at New York Tech is accredited by the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education (