Offering two ways to enter the traditional BSN program, post-master's certificate, fully accredited Doctor of Nursing Practice and others, we can help you choose the right program to get your future started. Our programs are competitive and provide you with the skills and clinical experience needed to be successful in today's ever-changing profession.
Begin your career in nursing with one of our undergraduate degrees. Leading to a Bachelor of Science in Nursing, our undergraduate programs focus on courses in the humanities, social sciences, basic sciences and nursing science in conjunction with clinical courses to prepare you for your career as a nurse.
If you want to continue to improve your skills and focus on enhancing the overall health of patients, consider enrolling in one of our advanced degree programs. Participate in important research that changes lives or influence health policy to build a better future for patients. Our programs will give you the tools and skills to prepare you for advanced roles in research, teaching and service.
Continuing Education Courses
Broadening knowledge and experiences is critical to the nursing community. We often offer professional development and continuing education courses to provide nurses with educational and professional resources to enhance patient care.
Students remain our top priority at the WVU School of Nursing. If you are currently enrolled in the West Virginia University School of Nursing, review important program information to ensure success.
Meet Our Students & Grads
Mary Arose Mitchell, a native of Hurricane, West Virginia, knew since kindergarten that she wanted to be a nurse. She will graduate in May 2017 with a master’s degree in nursing to become a certified as a Family Nurse Practitioner.
Marseille Mcbeam, a junior nursing student from Ocho Rios, Jamaica, juggles the demands of nursing school while also being a high jumper on the WVU Track and Field team. She always knew from a young age that she wanted to help people, and now she is fulfilling her dream at West Virginia University.
Alan Alimario, a senior nursing student from Weirton, West Virginia, started nursing school planning to be either a Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetist or Family Nurse Practitioner upon completion of his undergraduate degree. After spending time in the clinical setting, he's taken an interest in working in pediatrics. Meet Alan.