Starting in 2019, students can apply to the Bachelor of Science in Nursing program at UW-Green Bay. The four-year program was accepted by the Board of Regents on Friday and will officially be available in 2020. The program will help to fulfill the state of Wisconsin’s need for healthcare providers with bachelor’s degrees, and complements the University’s existing nursing programs. Dean of the College of Health, Education and Social Welfare, Susan Gallagher-Lepak, said that the decision was applauded by many employers of nurses such as hospitals, insurance companies and public health agencies. Read the full story on Fox11.
- Next story Registration open as UW-Green Bay researchers and others host Orchids Symposium in Door County
- Previous story Payroll deductions forms for FAST Plans are ready
- achievements alumni Art Athletics Business Administration CAHSS Chancellor CHESW Cofrin School of Business commencement community Coronavirus CSET Democracy and Justice Studies faculty faculty/staff faculty and staff Human Biology Human Development Humanistic Studies Log E-news Manitowoc Campus Marinette Campus men's basketball Music Natural and Applied Sciences Nursing Photos Political Science professional studies Psychology Public and Environmental Affairs publication Public Safety SBDC Sheboygan Campus Student Life students Theatre and Dance University Union UW-Green Bay Libraries UW System Video Weidner Center women's basketball
9 Jan, 2020