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Nursing Degree

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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 - 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.

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