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Joseph Santivasci, M.Ed.
Director, WCU Philadelphia Campus
Associate Provost for Enrollment Management and Campus Planning
Email: Joseph Santivasci
Marcie Cohen, M.S.
Associate Director for Student Services
Email: Marcie Cohen
Ben Morgan, M.A.
Associate Director, Student Success Center
Email: Ben Morgan
Email: Kyle Murray
Kelly Smack, MSW
Assistant Director for Recruitment
Email: Kelly Smack
West Chester University’s nationally ranked part-time RN-to-BSN nursing degree is available in Center City Philadelphia. Designed for licensed Registered Nurses, this degree completion program will put you on a path to success. The part-time nursing degree is designed to meet the needs of our busy students who are balancing life and work in addition to studies. Courses are conveniently offered online with in person support services to help you succeed. Nurses with a BSN are needed in areas such as acute care, healthcare administration, and many other areas. Graduates with WCU's Philadelphia nursing degree continue to grow professionally and are qualified to take on a number of roles in both acute and chronic healthcare settings as well as community settings. Many graduates continue on for graduate school which qualifies them for leadership or nursing education positions. The BSN program is accredited by the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education (CCNE) through 2019.
The Baccalaureate degree in Nursing, the Master's degree in Nursing, and the Doctorate of Nursing Practice (DNP) programs at West Chester University are accredited by the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education, 655 K Street NW, Suite 750, Washington, DC 20001, 202-887-6791. http://www.ccneaccreditation.org
NSL 311 and NSL 412, taken concurrently with NSG 311 and NSG 412, are focused clinical courses. These courses include specific clinically-focused assignments, coordinated with online content that are due throughout the semester. These assignments may be individual or group-based and are completed outside of instruction time according to specific guidelines and timelines, given to you and facilitated by the clinical instructor. Students complete both direct and indirect care to communities, clients and agencies through these focused clinical assignments.