Marshall University’s BSN degree program ensures nursing students become the best professionals they can be. They are expected to be able to take on positions to improve health care outcomes for families, individuals, communities and group across the full range of health care settings. Those who have a high school diploma or equivalent can take part in the program, as well as college graduates and students.
The curriculum has been designed to ensure that graduates have all the necessary foundational skills in the sciences (biological, behavioral and social) and in humanities. Students are taught to apply the foundations of what they have learned, as well as the basis they require in the science of nursing itself. They will also learn how to apply this knowledge to real-life situations. During the curriculum, students will receive theoretical education, as well as take part in actual clinical experiences. The school has built up strong links and ties with various health care providers in the area so that students can gain real experiences and start to build up their networking ties.
- Campus: Huntington, WV
- Type: Public
- Accreditation: NLNAC
- Tuition: Varies depending on residency status
- Minimum time commitment: Four years
- Online availability: No
- Degree requirements: High school or GED, GPA of 2.5 minimum, background check, drug screening
- Programs: BSN
- School Site: Tuition and Financial Aid