University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire
The College of Nursing and Health Sciences at UW-Eau Claire is the only accredited, public university nursing program serving Western WI. The BSN Completion Program (RN-BSN) offers a BSN degree in collaboration with the BSN@Home state-wide UW System program. UW-Eau Claire courses are offered online with some remote synchronous classes, providing the flexibility to continue to work in the field, while still benefiting from in-person instructor feedback and peer connections. Courses throughout the program guide students to the next level of professional development, covering topics related to research, evidence-based practice, leadership, management, and information management. The UWEC BSN Completion capstone course includes a 90-hour clinical project that is completed with a community-based agency. We collaborate with a variety of clinical partners, including public health departments, children and senior agencies, and those serving specific cultural groups, to ensure an experience that benefits both students and communities.
University of Wisconsin-Green Bay
Specializing in online nursing education, UW-Green Bay offers a high-quality, user-friendly program with flexible transfer policies and excellent student support. Green Bay’s programs provide health profession education that builds on prior experiences, knowledge and skills. Students are inspired to think critically and address complex health issues in a diverse and evolving world, conscious of environmental sustainability. These programs transform communities by improving health and healthcare delivery.
University of Wisconsin-Madison
The University of Wisconsin – Madison School of Nursing is the leading nursing research institution in Wisconsin and a crucial part of the state’s health care system. The School of Nursing collaborates with scientists and renowned researchers across the UW–Madison campus, the nation, and the world. The school’s research is grounded in practical application–the work being done has an immediate impact on Wisconsin’s communities, hospitals, clinics, schools, and homes.
University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee
UW-Milwaukee is a premier public urban research institution with a reputation for excellence in research, teaching and community engagement. The UWM School of Nursing was established in 1965 and continues to celebrate the rich history of nursing and excellence in nurse education. Our baccalaureate, RN-to-BSN, MN, DNP and PhD programs are accredited by the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education (CCNE). As the largest nursing program in the state, we are committed to quality, innovative education programs that serve the state, the community and the nursing profession. Our RN-to-BSN program has one curriculum offered in two modes:face-to-face, online and the UW FLEX competency-based option.
University of Wisconsin-Oshkosh
Dedicated to developing caring and scholarly nursing professionals, the UW Oshkosh College of Nursing provides students the expert knowledge, clinical practice skills, and critical thinking ability necessary for success in today’s healthcare industry. In collaboration with other UW System schools, UW Oshkosh offers the flexibility for registered nurses who hold an associate degree or diploma from an accredited nursing program to earn their BSN online. Whether earning a BSN is the last stop or a stepping stone within an academic career, UW Oshkosh College of Nursing graduates are recognized as leaders and scholars who deliver exceptional care.
University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point
The Baccalaureate Nursing Completion Program at UW-Stevens Point delivers the advantage of two different learning opportunities; hybrid ZOOM or the fully online BSN at-home option, with experienced nursing faculty in an accredited program. UW-Stevens Point offers a quality nursing curriculum, preparing graduates for expanded roles in their chosen areas of practice. In the final semester of the program, students engage in a capstone experience that challenges them to practically apply their knowledge through a variety of projects benefitting one of the many healthcare organizations in North Central Wisconsin.