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Nursing Degree

BSN Pre-Licensure

Nursing is one of the most highly regarded and rewarding professions in the healthcare industry. Nurses provide patient-centered care in hospitals, doctor's offices, schools and other settings. 

Most students will enter the program as Pre-Nursing majors and will progress to the Nursing major after successful completion of required core curriculum. However, students who are invited to scholarship day and/or enrolled in the Honors Program will be directly admitted into the Nursing major upon admission to Walsh University.

Why Walsh?

 Walsh University's Nursing program prepares students for a career as a registered nurse, offering a strong academic program that's grounded in real-world experience and Judeo-Christian values. 

  • NCLEX Success - Walsh consistently has a high pass rate on the National Council Licensure Examination (NCLEX).
  • State-of-the-Art Facilities - Including a newly renovated nursing lab/interactive classroom that features advanced educational technology such as a control room for instructors to record and observe students in simulation settings, a high fidelity simulation patient (iStan), a Fidelis Maternal Fetal Birthing Simulator, iPads, multiple monitors throughout the learning space, secure storage, instructor work station, birthing bed, infant warmer, ventilator and cardiac defibrillator.
  • Proximity to the Nation's Top Hospitals - Walsh's Stark County location allows students opportunities for clinical experiences and post-graduation jobs at some of the top hospitals in the nation including the Cleveland Clinic, University Hospitals, Akron Children's Hospital, Aultman Hospital and Mercy Medical Center. 
  • Global Learning - Students can study at Walsh's campus just outside of Rome, Italy. In addition, Nursing students have unique opportunities to study global healthcare in places such as Haiti, Tanzania and Mexico. 

Pre-Nursing Students 

Students who are admitted to Walsh as Pre-Nursing majors must complete the required courses with a cumulative GPA of 2.75 or better to progress to the nursing major.