If you already have a bachelor’s degree in a major other than nursing and have always dreamed of becoming a nurse, then this program is just what you’ve been looking for. Our post-baccalaureate nursing program will allow you to complete your Bachelor of Science in Nursing in just 12 months.
Edgewood College, a liberal arts college in the Sinsinawa Dominican tradition, of Madison, Wisconsin, has been awarding nursing degrees since 1983 and has a stellar reputation among nursing professional organizations. The nursing graduates of Edgewood College are knowledgeable, accountable, responsible, ethical and culturally sensitive as they provide quality nursing care. The program is accredited by the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education (CCNE) and approved by the Wisconsin Board of Nursing.
This unabbreviated, 12-month curriculum is based on the same Dominican values as our traditional undergraduate program and mirrors that program in philosophy and implementation. Students will learn the art and science of professional nursing as they are closely supervised in a wide variety of clinical settings. Those experiences extend and complement the classroom activities that take place on our Deming Way campus.
At the completion of this program, students will be armed with the ability to practice holistic nursing care in multiple health care settings and fulfill their desire to begin a rewarding career in the nation’s largest health care profession.
You're Invited to the Innovation in Healthcare Summit!
The Henry Predolin School of Nursing at Edgewood College and Group Health Cooperative of South Central Wisconsin invite you to a special event.
The Innovation in Healthcare Summit: Transforming Healthcare by Transforming Ourselves will take place on September 13, 2014 at Edgewood College.
The Summit provides simple, practical strategies for each of us to transform our relationship to the healthcare system. While problems in the system can feel overwhelming, Summit organizers hope to inspire small, individual steps toward larger, systemic changes in healthcare. This summit will consider innovative strategies and ideas to manage stress, advance wellness initiatives and better understand the decisions at end-of-life.
The event features keynote addresses from nursing faculty members Mary Elizabeth Bathum, PhD, RN and Pamela Crary, PhD, RN, as well as breakout sessions on a variety of compelling topics presented by staff and faculty from both the College and GHC-SCW. Transforming Healthcare by Transforming Ourselves Saturday, September 13, 2014.
The Summit is open to the public, and there is no cost to attend. Advanced registration is encouraged. Learn more about the Innovation in Healthcare Summit