Nursing Degrees

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Brittney Fritzinger
Nursing Department Chair and MSN Program Director
bfritzin [at] (bfritzin[at]nebrwesleyan[dot]edu)

Nursing Degrees

As a nurse, you must be dynamic to respond to the changing demands of your patients—and your industry. That’s why NWU Nursing offers you a great range of programming, whether you’re a current nurse, or a future one.

For undergraduates students

  • The BSN program is for students who want a four-year college experience.

For graduate students

Get amazing results

Your success in health care is rooted in a long tradition at Nebraska Wesleyan University. Our May 2023 graduates achieved a 100% pass rate on the NCLEX-RN (licensure exam). That's because we combine in-depth training in the health sciences with the breadth of a high-quality, liberal arts experience.

Again and again, Nebraska Wesleyan’s alumni working in health care tell us that this combination helps them understand and serve their patients.

As a nurse, you’re bound to face complicated and critical cases. The critical-thinking and problem-solving skills you develop at NWU will serve you well and advance your career. NWU Nursing alumni thrive as nurse leaders, managers and educators.

NWU nursing faculty

With PhDs, EdDs, BSNs and MSNs, our nursing professors bring decades of experience as nurses, administrators and teachers. Their areas of expertise range from obstetrics to hospice care. And they are incredibly committed to your success in the field.

Our accreditation

Nebraska Wesleyan University's bachelor's and master's degrees in nursing are accredited by Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education, 655 K Street NW, Suite 750, Washington, DC 20001, 202-887-6791.

See Nebraska Wesleyan University Nursing Program public information disclosure by the ACEN.

Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education


Nursing Student Handbook