NWU Expands Degree Programs in Omaha, Western Iowa
Nebraska Wesleyan University is expanding its programs in Omaha and into western Iowa.
Through a new partnership with Iowa Western Community College, Nebraska Wesleyan will offer a Bachelor of Science in Nursing degree at IWCC’s Council Bluffs, Iowa campus and Clarinda, Iowa center.
The Bachelor of Science in Nursing degree program will be offered in an accelerated format, meeting one night a week for eight weeks. Students will be able to earn a BSN in approximately 18 months.
In Omaha, Nebraska Wesleyan has added a Bachelor of Science degree in Social Work.
The program will also be offered in an accelerated format, meeting one night a week from 6 to 10 p.m. for five and eight-week sessions. Classes will be held at Nebraska Wesleyan’s Omaha site, located at 11815 M Street.
The social work program consists of 42 hours of coursework in the major and approximately 23 hours of supporting coursework designed to meet students’ specific interests. The program is accredited by the Council on Social Work Education.
Classes for both the social work degree in Omaha and the BSN degree at the IWCC locations begin August 20.
For more information or to register, contact Andrea Butler, Director of Wesleyan Advantage-Omaha at 402.827.3555.
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