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Learn at a
higher Level

Strengthen skills that will make you a vital asset to the healthcare community.

A career in nursing is not only respected and rewarding but also in high demand. A UW-Green Bay BSN degree will take your career to new heights that prepares you for the ever-changing healthcare landscape. Our concept-based curriculum is enriched with virtual case studies, hands-on lab and simulation experiences, NCLEX-RN adaptive quizzing and more. You're not just memorizing; you're actively adapting and applying knowledge to real-life situations.

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BSN Curriculum

You’ll complete 5 semesters of nursing curriculum, beginning in the spring semester of your sophomore year, that develops your ability to apply the latest evidence-based research in a variety of health settings.

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Robust Resources

As a future nurse, you’ll spend a lot of time caring for other people. Let us support you. Check out our resources to help you make the most of your education.

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Scholarships

One application means you’ll be considered for all UW-Green Bay scholarships. Plus, Aurora BayCare Medical Center has given thousands of dollars in scholarships for our students.

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Learn, Practice, Excel

Practice-based professions need practice-based education.

Embark on your nursing journey under the guidance of experienced professionals. To help you become a more confident and experienced nurse, you'll learn basic and advanced skills in the ABMC Nursing Skills lab at UW-Green Bay. During your junior and senior year, you will also participate in simulated patient care at the state of the art Aurora BayCare Medical Center Simulation Center. This partnership achieves the best of both worlds!

Brooklyn Simonar

Real-Life
Experience

"UW-Green Bay prepared me for my career as a nurse in many ways but the most significant was the number and variety of real-life experiences they provided for us students. Every semester, we got the opportunity to practice at the simulation center at Aurora BayCare Medical Center and our clinical groups were small which provided us with lots of hands-on practice with patients. Not only were we in the hospital setting, but we got experience in the schools, public health and local clinics.

Brooklyn Simonar '23
Registered Nurse at Aurora BayCare Medical Center in the GYN, PEDS, & Med Surg unit

Ruth Pearson

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Got a question? We’ve got answers. Get in touch with our staff, like Ruth Pearson, one of our nursing advisors.

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