Nursing & Health Sciences


Live A Life Of Service

The department of nursing and health sciences is PUC’s largest department and is known for producing competent, caring, and experienced professionals in the fields of nursing, allied health, and emergency services. Students have access to leading healthcare hospitals in Northern California, with clinical experiences at facilities located in Napa, Solano, Sonoma, and Lake counties. Armed with the skills and knowledge to help care for those in need, there are many rewarding options available to students interested in these areas of study.

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Top Earning Alumni in Nursing
Average Salary for an RN
95% Pass Rate
Ranked #2 for Salary Potential

BS Emergency Services, Paramedic

The BS in Emergency Services, Paramedic is a unique hybrid program that allows students to complete three years at PUC in the Emergency Services Program and then take their paramedic training at any accredited (CAAHEP) program to be awarded their BS degree from PUC.


PUC Ranked In The 25 Best Undergraduate Nursing Schools

PUC has landed another top ranking! Gradreports ranked PUC as one of the top 25 colleges that offer a Bachelor's Degree in Nursing, based on median salary one year after graduation. The schools on the list boast median starting salaries in the $89,400-$110,300 range.


Choose Your Campus

We offer an LVN to RN program at our Napa campus in a non-traditional core week format, designed for working healthcare professionals. Call (707) 965-7262 to learn more.


Be Employable

The Institute of Medicine has set the goal of having 80% of U.S. nurses BSN-prepared by 2020. Already in the Bay Area, a number of facilities and organizations are only accepting applications from new grad nurses who hold BSN degrees.


  • EMT
  • Nutritionist
  • Public health
  • School nurse
  • Nurse educator
  • Home health nurse
  • Telemedicine nurse

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Nursing & Health Sciences
116 Davidian Hall
One Angwin Avenue
Angwin, CA 94508

(707) 965-7262

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PUC Awarded Half Million Dollar Grant to Expand Nursing Training

Pacific Union College’s School of Nursing has received a $540,000 grant from California’s Department of Healthcare Access and Information (HCAI), funding that will help address the statewide nursing shortage by expanding training opportunities. 

March 28, 2023

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