The BSN program prepares entry-level nurses to work in hospitals, long-term care, and community settings. A concept-based approach is used to foster development of clinical reasoning by assisting students to sort, analyze, and find connections in health information.
Prep for Revolutionary and Rewarding Outcomes
In uncertain times and world-changing events, this is certain—the demand and respect for nurses and healthcare professionals will only continue to grow. This is not a path for the faint of heart. Bring us your passion, and we’ll transform you into a healthcare professional.
To those ready to take on the challenge—we say welcome! The many professional paths available in nursing and health studies can lead to wonderfully rewarding careers. If you're ready to rise to the challenge, we're ready to teach you.
Our Mission & Vision
Baccalaureate and graduate programs provide high quality, student-centered nursing and 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.
"Together we will inspire students and transform communities"
RN to BSN
The RN to BSN program, offered both on campus and online, is designed for associate degree registered nurses looking to advance their career. This high quality program is designed to be nurse friendly, flexible, and meet the needs of adult learners and working registered nurses.
BSN Nurse 1-2-1
Nurse 1-2-1 allows high school graduates to earn a four-year bachelor of science in Nursing (BSN). In Year 1, take courses at UW-Green Bay; Years 2 and 3 at NWTC to earn an Associate Degree in Nursing (ADN); and UW-Green Bay for Year 4 to complete the BSN degree.
Nursing Leadership & Management
Our MSN in Nursing Leadership and Management is for RNs with a bachelor’s degree in nursing. This master’s degree provides advanced coursework in leadership and management to improve care at multiple levels across all health care settings. Need it faster? See our 12-credit certificate option.
Nursing & Health Certificates
Certificates can be a great way to advance your nursing or health career with a smaller commitment than a degree program.
- Management in Health Systems Certificate (undergraduate)
- Health Information Management & Technology (undergraduate)
- Nursing Leadership/Management Certificate (graduate level)
- Sustainability & Wellbeing Certificate (graduate level)
- Geriatric Healthcare Certificate (non-credit)
Nursing at a Glance
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Meet Our Faculty & Staff
The classroom is a place of growth and collaboration at UW-Green Bay. Our highly acclaimed faculty provides students with a broad range of experiences and expertise through hands-on learning, exciting travel opportunities, and courses that are always diverse and engaging.