At USC, we value diversity. Our Nursing@USC graduates are prepared to treat a wide variety of patients from a range of geographic and social backgrounds. We also strive for diversity in our classroom, as students can learn from their peers’ unique experiences and perspectives.
Find out more about our Nursing@USC students below.
Our classes typically have a 12:1 student-to-faculty ratio, which fosters an intimate, open learning environment.
Full or Part Time
We understand that our students have personal obligations outside of the classroom, so we offer both full- and part-time tracks to accommodate different schedules.
of students are enrolled full time.
of students are enrolled part time.
Undergrad Traditional GPA
Undergrad Bridge GPA
Nursing Traditional GPA
Nursing Bridge GPA
State of Residence
Our students come from a variety of professional backgrounds, allowing them to broaden their perspectives while discussing fellow students’ unique nursing experiences.
Psychiatric – Mental Health
Women’s Health / General Related
Years Working as a Nurse
1 – 2 years
3 – 4 years
5 – 7 years
8 – 10 years
11 – 15 years
16 – 20 years
The Nursing@USC class profile data above includes information from all students through the January 2022 class.
Take the Next Step
If you are an RN seeking advancement opportunities, discover how Nursing@USC can prepare you to take the next step in your career.