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Undergraduate Degree

Bachelor of Science Program

The Bachelor of Science in Nursing degree program prepares women and men for careers in professional nursing in hospitals and other health care agencies. The program provides a foundation for progressing to positions of increased responsibility, leadership, and continued education in graduate programs.  Upon successful completion of the program students receive a Bachelor of Science in Nursing degree from UW–Madison School of Nursing.

Program Options:

  • Honors Program - The UW-Madison School of Nursing offers an honors degree for high-ability students seeking early research involvement with a faculty mentor. Students in the honors program acquire an enriched view of nursing science. Students who successfully complete the honors program graduate with a distinguished academic performance and receive a Bachelor of Science in Nursing with Honors.
  • Early Entry PhD Option in Nursing

 

RN to BS (BSN@Home) Program

Registered nurses who hold a diploma or a degree from a two-year college and wish to earn a baccalaureate degree can complete the RN to BS program. Through this program, students deepen their knowledge of nursing theory and practice through both core and elective courses. Upon successful completion of the program students receive a Bachelor of Science in Nursing degree from UW–Madison School of Nursing.


 
 

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