WBU School of Nursing

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 Learn the art and skill of nursing from professional practitioners. Our small faculty-student ratio class sizes and our state-of-the-art lab spaces will bring you one step closer to achieving your academic dreams.

WBU SON, students will get personal attention in every class. Your training will further emphasize our primary values-based, compassionate approach to the care of patients and families in an academically challenging and distinctively Christian environment.

 

 

 Program Highlights Overview: 

 Program Highlights

 

The School of Nursing’s degree programs is distinguished by small classes, exceptional teaching, and plenty of hands-on clinical learning experiences.

Learn the art and skill of nursing from professional practitioners.

Our small class sizes and lab spaces are state-of-the-art, so you get personal attention in every class. Your training on the San Antonio campus emphasizes a values-based, compassionate approach to the care of patients and families in an academically challenging and distinctively Christian environment.

Programs & Majors

The School of Nursing’s degree programs is distinguished by small classes, exceptional teaching, and plenty of hands-on clinical learning experiences.

The following registration dates are for all undergraduate nursing programs:

Cohort Start

Registration Dates

Spring I Cohort

April 1st through June 30th

Fall I Cohort

September 1st through November 30th

 

Undergraduate Degree Programs:

 

 After graduating from the nursing program, students must pass the NCLEX-RN to become licensed registered nurses.

Graduate Degree Programs:

 

 After graduating from the nursing program, students are expected to take and pass the NCLEX-RN to become licensed registered nurses.

 

Industry Outlook

It’s not about whether to earn your BSN, but when, with many healthcare facilities already requiring nurses to have or earn a bachelor’s degree. Obtaining a bachelor’s degree in nursing can help to improve your ability to deliver care, open up new specialties, and help make you a more desirable candidate for leadership and management positions.  Please click on the link below to identify the Industry Outlook for Rn to BSN.

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