February 2 - Internal Transfer Session: 2 pm 301A Sturzebecker HSC
April 4 - Internal Transfer Session: 10 am 301A Sturzebecker HSC
The MSN program is accepting applications for our new CNS Adult Gerontology track
The Advance 2 BSN program will begin accepting applications for the Spring 2017 Cohort 13 on August 15, 2016
The undergraduate and graduate nursing programs of West Chester University are accredited by the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education (CCNE) and approved by the PA State Board of Nursing.
WCU's Nursing Graduate program is rated as being among the Top 25 in the USA.
The mission of the Department of Nursing at West Chester University is to provide the highest quality undergraduate and graduate education to diverse student populations ultimately preparing students to become leaders within the nursing profession. The baccalaureate program prepares graduates for entry into nursing practice. The master's program prepares graduates for advanced practice in adult health/gerontology or nursing education. The Doctor of Nursing Practice program prepares advanced practice nurses to fully evaluate and implement evidence-based findings further enhancing delivery of nursing care. Graduates of these nursing programs will be professionals capable of assuming leadership in present and emerging health care roles, citizens who contribute to society and who are committed to life-ling learning and personal development.