MajorNursing - Traditional Program

Wichita State’s Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) in nursing prepares you for entry-level professional nursing positions in a variety of health care settings and provides a foundation for graduate study in nursing. The program combines CCNE accreditation, experienced instructors, exclusive scholarships—and applied learning in Kansas’ health care hub.

Learn how nursing - traditional program - is the right fit for you.

 
Student nurse caring for her patient.

Applied learning at Wichita State

At Wichita State, applied learning is everything. In fact, every degree we offer has a guaranteed applied learning or research experience built right into it equipping you with the relevant skills and experience to make you workforce ready before graduation.

Admission to the program

To qualify as a candidate for admission to the School of Nursing, students must:

  • Be enrolled in, or admitted to, WSU
  • Have completed, or have plans to complete, prerequisite requirements
  • Have an overall minimum 3.0 GPA and no grade lower than a 2.0 in any of the specified required courses
  • Submit application materials including expected semester of enrollment
  • Complete the standardized TEAS test with a minimum percentage score or achieve an ACT score ≥ 27 points or an SAT score ≥ 1125

Inside the Program

State-of-the-art mannequins provide nursing students with real-world experience

As a student in the School of Nursing, you will receive an interactive experience with state-of-the-art simulation mannequins in a realistic and safe environment. 

The lifelike actions of the mannequins simulate a variety of symptoms and scenarios, including childbirth, seizures, blood pressure problems and bleeding.

Studies show that when used in conjunction with the classroom and clinicals, simulation promotes better preparation of new nurses and increased patient safety.

Curriculum

The core nursing curriculum comprises 66 credit hours and is taken over four semesters. To start the professional curriculum, you’ll first need to complete the prerequisite courses totaling 59-62 credit hours.

Careers

A nursing degree from Wichita State will give you the knowledge and practical skills for high-paying, high-demand nursing careers in diverse health care settings such as hospitals, nursing and residential care facilities, schools and government.

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