BSN Programs in Wisconsin
There are 14 BSN programs in Wisconsin in our database. Wisconsin is a large state, and nursing school locations are spread across multiple cities, some remote and some more popular.
3400 South 43rd Street, P.O. Box 343922, Milwaukee, WI 53234-3922.
Situated on a 46 acre property this college offers students the option of living on campus, joining in groups, organizations and to participate in athletics. Other services include family resources, counseling and student health services. The JoAnn McGrath School of Nursing baccalaureate degree in nursing program assists graduates in finding the right nursing career whether it be in hospitals or other health care environment. Some of the required course in the freshman year would include Bio-chemistry, Lifespan development, Mathematical connections among others.
Bellin College of Nursing
3201 Eaton Road, Green Bay, WI 54311, 920-433-6699, 920-433-1922 (fax), 800-236-8707
The traditional or basic bachelors degree in nursing program offers students a couple of options; (1) the high school student with only a high school diploma, (2) students who have completed 29 credits of specific liberal education courses and will complete 12 nursing courses in the summer. These students will get advanced placement into the sophomore class. Some of the courses for advanced placement are principle of biology, chemistry, anat & phys, intro to psychology, sociology, anthropology and a few more.
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100 North East Avenue, Waukesha, WI, United States, +1 262-547-1211
Students enrolled in this BSN degree program can apply for a Trustee scholarship, Voorhees, scholarship, Charles Carroll scholarship or the Presidential scholarship. Other financial aid options include state and federal grants and loans. The school offers comfortable living facilities along with meal plans that provides adequate nutrition. Students being admitted into this undergraduate nursing program must have completed at least one year of high school algebra, biology and chemistry with grade ‘C’ or better and minimum GPA of 2.75.
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12800 North Lake Shore Drive Mequon, WI 53097, United States, (262) 243-5700
This school is Christian based and offers both full and part time studies. The bachelors degree in nursing program accepts both newly graduated high school students as well as students from other schools. The program cover 8 full semesters for a total of 131 credit hours. Students must maintain a GPA of 2.75 or higher in the freshman year in order to advance to the sophomore year. Courses such as Anat & Phys 1&2, Microbio, Chem and nursing 100 must be completed with a grade C or higher in order to advance.
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1000 Edgewood College Drive Madison, WI 53711, United States, (608) 663-4861
All students from home, abroad or transfer are welcome to apply for entry into this bachelor of science degree in nursing. Students with a bachelor’s degree in another major are also welcome to apply and will be able to complete the program in as little as 12 months. All other students applying by traditional route must have completed or is currently enrolled in course amounting to 45 credits during the semester in which the apply.
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5045 West Grande Market Dr., Grand Chute, WI 54913, 920-364-1100, 1-877-440-1110
Accelerate your 4 year BSN program by completing it in only 3 years by studying year round with no summer breaks. There are numerous scholarship programs available such as Director’s Academic scholarship, Unite for success, military scholarships and other from the state and other organizations. Federal loans and grants are also available to those who qualify.
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Maranatha Baptist Bible College
745 West Main Street Watertown, WI 53094, United States, (920) 261-9300
Did you know that with a bachelor of science degree in nursing your career options will include Nursing Instructor, Medical or Surgical Nursing? Here you will be provided with over 1000 hours of clinical training in local hospitals and other health care facilities. High school applicants must have an accumulative GPA of 3.25+ and minimum ACT score of 26. Students can participate in campus ministries, fine arts or athletics. Financial aid is available.
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1250 W. Wisconsin Ave., Milwaukee, WI 53233
Though living facilities are provided at this school they also offer assistance and advice in finding housing off campus near the school. Information for visitors are also provided for those who will be staying in hotels or coming from abroad. The career center helps with student employment, career counselling and post graduation employment. This school states that 100% of BS nursing degree graduate have found employment within 3 months of graduating.
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Milwaukee School of Engineering
1025 N Broadway Milwaukee, WI 53202, United States, (414) 277-6763
Living on this campus can be quite comfortable with several residence halls, study areas, tv lounges, game rooms, cable tv and free internet access. Some course you need to have studied in high school are algebra, plane geometry, chemistry, biology, advanced science and English in order for entry into the baccalaureate degree in nursing. Athletics, career services and meal plans are available to students.
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University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire
105 Garfield Avenue, P.O. Box 4004, Eau Claire, WI 54702-4004, 715-836-INFO (4636)
This school administers three types of financial aid such as gift aid, loans and employment. Scholarships, grants and tuition waivers are considered gift aids. More than 140 students graduate from the Bachelor of nursing program each year. According to the school, nearly all graduates have been placed in jobs or are continuing their studies. Upon admittance students must have CPR certification and they must acquire CNA certification by the sophomore year.
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University of Wisconsin-Madison
Union South, 1308 W. Dayton St., 608-263-2400
Students can get the health care they need right there on campus from the clinic. they can make an appointment or in the case of an emergency see the health care professional immediately. A pharmacy is also on hand for filling or refilling prescriptions. Students can take part in recreational activities, sports, groups or clubs located on campus. The BSc in nursing program will accept transfer students with 24 credits as pre-nursing students if they are not yet eligible to apply to the nursing major. High school students should pursue subjects in Math, the Sciences and Communication skills if they wish to apply to the program.
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University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee
2200 East Kenwood Boulevard Milwaukee, WI 53211, United States, (414) 227-3200
Entry into the BS degree in nursing program requires high school students to have one year of high school chemistry, ACT composite score of 19 or higher and meet all the general university entry requirements. The campus RN scholarship fund offers up to $15,000 in scholarships to nursing students. Other financial aid is also available to students who qualify. Nursing students have access to the nursing jobs resource center where they can get assistance in finding employment after graduation.
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University of Wisconsin-Oshkosh
800 Algoma Boulevard Oshkosh, WI 54901, United States, (920) 424-2312
Students have access to a recreation and wellness center, can participate in athletics, a library, bookstore and other resources. There is also a children learning and care center for those with children. There are two options for the Nursing Bachelors degree. Students can do their theory courses online and do their clinical training in their home community, guided one on one by nurse preceptors. They will study ar a rigorous pace to complete the program under four years or they can choose to attend classes on campus at the regular pace. Option one is not self paced.
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900 Viterbo Drive, La Crosse, WI 54601, 608-796-3000, 1-800-VITERBO
Life on campus include activities, athletics, organizations and clubs. The school of nursing has been offering their bachelor of nursing program since 1967. The tradition route has two options; the extended 5 year or the regular 4 year. High school applicant require 16 credits which include 4 units of English, 3 units of Math, 3 units of natural sciences and 3 units of social science or history. Financial aid is available.