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The Marquette University College of Nursing’s bachelor of science in nursing programs prepare women and men to be Providers of Care, Leaders of Care and Members of the Nursing Profession. Upon graduation, students are well-prepared to provide safe high-quality nursing care, care that encompasses populations of all ages in a variety of health care settings. Graduates of the B.S.N. programs consistently pass the national licensing exam on their first attempt at levels higher than the national average. The baccalaureate program is an excellent foundation for continued graduate education in nursing.    

As freshmen, students are admitted directly into the College of Nursing. Once admitted, students are guaranteed all required classes and clinical hours. This enables students to complete their degree in four years provided that academic performance is satisfactory. It also facilitates students to participate in College of Nursing activities throughout their undergraduate studies, allowing for gradual assimilation into the nursing profession.      

The innovative and rigorous nursing curriculum includes courses in basic, social and nursing sciences, laboratory, clinical and simulated learning experiences and classes that fulfill the requirements of Marquette’s core course of study. Students may pursue personal interests by selecting elective courses, including Veteran Health, study abroad experiences and the Les Aspin Center for Government's internship program in Washington D.C. Students may also choose to minor in an area of study (e.g., foreign language) or participate in the Veteran Affairs Nursing Academic Partnership Program (VANAP). Specialized program plans are developed for the minor in conjunction with your academic advisor.

 

Honors Programs

Marquette offers multiple honors program options for high-ability undergraduate students. Nursing students can choose take University or "Core" Honors, Nursing Disciplinary Honors, or both, referred to as Comprehensive Honors. Each student in the Nursing Disciplinary Honors Program selects a faculty mentor who helps the student with a capstone experience. Through the capstone project, students are able to demonstrate integration and application of the knowledge acquired during their four years at Marquette. Students who successfully complete Comprehensive Honors graduate with distinguished academic performance and receive a Bachelor of Science in Nursing with Honors.

 

BSN/ROTC Programs

Nursing students have the opportunity to participate in the Air Force, Army or Navy ROTC, and ROTC students are held in high esteem in the College of Nursing. ROTC students' required military courses fit within the nursing curriculum and can be used as elective credits.

Marquette was selected by the Army for excellence as a Partner in Nursing Education and has the largest Navy Nursing ROTC in the nation.

Undergraduate program office

The office of the undergraduate program is located in Emory Clark, Room 251. The associate dean and staff are available to assist students with their educational experience at Marquette. Their approach is guided by the Marquette tradition of cura personalis, or care for the whole person. Among the topics addressed by the undergraduate program office are enrollment, records and registration, academic and administrative requirements, courses and clinical placement information, advising, and graduation information.    

Sandi Van Den Heuvel, MSN, RN
Interim Assistant Dean for Undergraduate Programs
Clark Hall Room 226
sandra.vandenheuvel@marquette.edu

Marissa Delwiche, BS
Academic Advising Coordinator
(414) 288-3827
marissa.wesley@marquette.edu

Julie Radford, MA
Clinical Placement Coordinator and Academic Advisor
(414) 288-7549
julie.radford@marquette.edu

Molly Pappenheim, BA
Undergraduate Program Coordinator
(414) 288-3809
molly.pappenheim@marquette.edu


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Through a transformational Catholic, Jesuit education, Marquette University College of Nursing prepares nurse leaders to promote health, healing and social justice for all people through clinical practice and development of nursing knowledge.