Nursing

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Wright State’s nursing program will help you find a rewarding career caring for others while also filling a critical need in today’s health care workforce. Professional nurses can work to improve the health of individuals as well as advocate to improve health care practices. Wright State’s three-year undergraduate program allows you to get into the field sooner by taking summer classes and graduating in eight or nine semesters. If you are already a nurse and wish to advance your career, choose from among several specialized master’s degree programs. The baccalaureate degree program in nursing (B.S.N.) at Wright State is accredited by the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education and approved by the Ohio Board of Nursing.

Degrees and Programs


 

    Courses

    Continuing Education

    Pursue continuing nursing education through this community nursing resource provided by The Center for Continuing Nursing and Health Education at Wright State.

    National Disaster Health

    Sign up for the National Disaster Health course to explore disaster management concepts, including an elective devoted to disaster preparedness.

    The Power of Nursing

    Join a community of nurses as you explore your work’s personal meaning and the healing professions’ foundational values during The Power of Nursing, an innovative discovery model course.

    Leadership

    Interim Chair: Ann Bowling, Ph.D., APRN, CPNP-PC


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