FIND A NEW PATH
Nurses with Bachelor's degrees are in high demand, and according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, the profession is expected to grow 16% by 2024. Nationally, BSN programs offered as a second degree are also growing in response to this demand. Registered Nurses experience strong earning potential and high levels of career satisfaction. If you already hold a bachelor's or higher degree in another field and wish to pursue nursing as a second career, CUW's accelerated BSN can get you on your path quickly.
Students progress through the program as part of a cohort. They are immersed in the content by taking one course at a time, with clinical courses taken concurrently with the corresponding theory course. Classes are offered in a blended delivery using a concept-based curriculum. Web-based resources and a strong foundation in simulation promote active, hands on, engaged learning.
Clinical, lab and simulation experiences are held primarily Friday-Saturday-Sunday-Monday in the skills and simulation labs on campus, and in acute, long-term care, transitional, homecare, and community-based settings. A transition-to-practice residency at the program’s end prepares graduates to confidently enter professional nursing practice.
|NURS 270||Pathophysiology Acrss Lifespan||4|
|NURS 271||Hlth Assessment Acrss Lifespan||4|
|NURS 273||Fundamentals of Pro Nursing||5|
|NURS 371||Evid Based Nurs & Change Mgmt||2|
|NURS 372||PCC: Chronic Conditions Theory||4|
|NURS 373||PCC: Chronic Cond Clinical||3|
|NURS 374||HS:Plcy Reg & Qlty Iss Pro Nur||3|
|NURS 376||PCC: Acute Conditions Theory||4|
|NURS 377||PCC: Acute Conditions Clinical||3|
|NURS 378||Population Focused Theory||3|
|NURS 379||Population Focused Clinical||3|
|NURS 472||Family Centered Care Theory||3|
|NURS 473||Family Centered Care Clinical||2|
|NURS 474||PCC:Cmplx Cnd & Trns Care Thry||4|
|NURS 475||PCC:Cmplx Cnd & Trns Care Clnc||3|
|NURS 476||Trans to Pro Nurs Prtce Theory||1|
|NURS 478||Trans to Pro Nurs Prtce Clncl||3|
This 63-credit accelerated nursing major is offered over a 14-month period, and includes 6 theology credits to fulfill the CUW and CUAA transfer core requirements. Graduates of CUW or CUAA may have already satisfied their theology credit requirements. Students can meet the remainder of the 31-credit transfer core through credit transfer or prerequisite coursework.
- Overall GPA of 2.75 or higher
- B or higher in the following courses: Anatomy and Physiology I; Anatomy and Physiology II; Chemistry; Microbiology
- Two letters of professional recommendation
- Nursing Assistant and CPR BLS Certification
- Certified background check, including Department of Justice DHFS criminal background and caregiver checks.
- Submit the online application at: cuw.edu/apply.
- Submit current CV or resume that includes educational and professional experience.
- Send official transcripts from all post-secondary institutions.
Tuition for the program is $45,000, which covers books, clinical fees, and technology fees. Students will need to purchase uniforms, a stethoscope, and other clinical supplies for their personal use. All students are eligible to be reviewed for financial aid. Students will need to complete the FAFSA at: www.fafsa.gov. Concordia’s school code is: 003842. Questions? Contact Concordia’s Financial Aid Office: FINAID@CUW.EDU | 262-243-4569
Concordia University is accredited by the Higher Learning Commission (hlcommission.org), a regional accreditation agency recognized by the U.S. Department of Education.
The baccalaureate degree in nursing program at Concordia University Wisconsin is accredited by the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education, 655 K Street NW, Suite 750, Washington, DC 20001. 202-887-6791.The nursing program at CUAA is an additional campus location of the Concordia University Wisconsin nursing program.
FOR MORE INFORMATION
Please contact Mary Jandre, our admissions counselor for this program, at 262-243-2122 or firstname.lastname@example.org