Accelerated Bachelor of Science in Nursing at Baldwin Wallace University

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Admission: (440) 826-8012, (440) 826-3830 (fax), nursing@bw.edu
Lauryn Rosinski, (440) 826-2915, lrosinsk@bw.edu

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Applications Now Being Accepted for Fall 2022 Start

The application cycle for the fall 2022 cohort is now open. Applications are reviewed on a rolling basis with interviews beginning in November. For priority consideration, please have application items submitted by January 15, 2022. Candidates are encouraged to apply early.

ACCELERATED PATH TO A NEW CAREER IN NURSING

If you have a bachelor's degree, Baldwin Wallace's accelerated Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) program can put you in a rewarding new career in just 15 months. BW combines classroom rigor with comprehensive clinical rotations. You'll gain leadership, communication and critical thinking skills suited to today's complex healthcare system. Upon completion, you'll be prepared to take the National Council Licensure Examination for Registered Nurses (NCLEX-RN).

Students enter BW's BSN program with many academic and professional backgrounds. However, all students must have successfully completed specific prerequisite coursework. Individuals interested in studying nursing who do not have a bachelor's degree may qualify for Baldwin Wallace's undergraduate, four-year Bachelor of Science in Nursing program.

  • Nursing student with clipboard

    BW's intensive program combines rigorous classwork and lab-work with extensive clinical experience that starts your first semester. BW nursing students complete a clinical rotation at Southwest General Health Center in Middleburg Heights, Ohio. 

  • Working with patients in a variety of settings will prepare you for employment in this diverse career field. A nursing student completes blood pressure and glucose assessments at the annual BW health fair. 

  • Three students talk with Betty Napoleon in a hospital setting

    BW nursing faculty are registered nurses with decades of experience ranging from emergency room nursing to community health care.

BSN Program Features