The Bachelors of Science of Nursing (BSN) Degree at the Columbia College of Nursing is an upper division "2 plus 2" program. Students complete their first 60 required general education credits at accredited institutions of higher learning. Upon successful completion, students can then be admitted to the nursing program at the Columbia College of Nursing, where they complete the final 60 nursing credits for the BSN degree. Columbia College of Nursing has affiliations with area colleges and universities (Lakeland College, University of Wisconsin-Manitowoc, and University of Wisconsin-Waukesha). The unique upper division curriculum at the Columbia College of Nursing provides students with multiple options to earn a degree in nursing.
Academic scholarships and financial assistance to qualified students
Student-to-faculty clinical ratio of 10:1 or lower
Full-time and part-time plans available
All required nursing courses offered each semester (Fall and Spring)
The Columbia College of Nursing BSN Degree Program provides students with the latest instruction in nursing science to prepare them for the complexities and challenges of professional nursing and the healthcare field.
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