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Prepare to make a difference

Being a nursing student at UW-Eau Claire is about more than just taking the classes, passing the exams, and getting across that stage at graduation. It's about learning how to solve complex challenges, how to interact with real patients, and how to apply what you've learned in the classroom to real-world situations. It's about learning how to become a great nurse, nurse educator, or nurse administrator.

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BSN Program

When you choose to pursue nursing at UW-Eau Claire it means you are joining a program that has a long standing reputation of excellence. You will learn in the classroom, out in the field, and around the world. Find out what makes our program so unique.

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BSN Completion Program

BSN Completion Program

Take the next step in your nursing career. The BSN Completion Program is a flexible option for busy nurse professionals. With the majority of courses offered online, you can keep working and earn your BSN. Plus, you’ll be prepared for graduate programs.

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Graduate Programs

The graduate nursing programs at UW-Eau Claire will challenge you to tackle complex health issues in real-world clinical settings, and prepare you in advanced specialties and leadership within the nursing field.

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Transform yourself and your future

Across the nation and around the world, nurses promote health, prevent disease and help patients cope with illness. Nurses change lives. Our cultural immersion experiences will forever change you as an advocate for patients, families and communities.

How will you change?

Enhanced learning opportunities

There are numerous opportunities to work with technologies in the department of Nursing. You'll be learning in high-tech classrooms and state-of-the-art Clinical Simulation Labs and have the opportunity to collaborate with faculty on research projects and service-learning activities that benefit the community. You also participate in clinical experiences at diverse health care settings in the Chippewa Valley and at sites throughout Wisconsin and Minnesota.

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