Nursing Pinning Ceremony
December 11, 2015 at 2 p.m.
Thank you for visiting the Wheeling Jesuit University Department of Nursing web page. We are proud to be a part of nursing education in the Jesuit Tradition and hope to foster life-long learners. We are committed to serving vulnerable populations in the Tri-State area.
Our University has several educational offerings to launch a nursing career that include a traditional four year baccalaureate program and a program for those holding a bachelor's degree in another discipline that is completed in 18 months. For registered nurses holding either an associate degree or diploma in nursing we have a bachelor's completion program for working nurses that is on-line. We offer three graduate nursing programs where students earn a masters degree in nursing administration, nursing education, or as a family nurse practitioner. Please take a moment and follow the link to the program you are interested in.
You are invited to contact us for any further questions about our programs.
- Dr. Denise Lucas, Department Chair for undergraduate or overall questions
- Dr. Janet Bischof, Program Director for MSN Education, Administration, and RN to BSN
- Dr. Angela Thompson, Program Director for MSN Family Nurse Practitioner
If you are looking for small class sizes, faculty who know you and take a general interest in your success, and taking your nursing career to the next level we invite you to come and learn with us!
Why choose Wheeling Jesuit University?
At Wheeling Jesuit, your nursing education will prepare you to become a life-long learner, developing the skills you need to think critically and solve problems quickly and effectively in all types of situations. This kind of instruction and exposure to real life learning environments helps you develop the in-depth knowledge and understanding of health care issues that today's employers demand.
In addition to our undergraduate BSN program, Wheeling Jesuit offers:
- BSN - The nursing program provides an integrated curriculum of liberal arts and nursing courses for the personal and professional development of the student as a servant leader in professional practice.
- BA/BS to BSN program - an 18-month program for those who currently hold a Bachelor of Arts or Bachelor of Science in another field. This program is particularly suited for career changers.
- RN to BSN/MSN program - a program for those who already hold a diploma or associate degree in nursing and wish to obtain an advanced degree.
- MSN program - a graduate program where students choose from one of three specialized tracks: family nurse practitioner, nursing administration or nursing education specialist.
The Department of Nursing will be welcoming the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education (CCNE) to our campus for a three-day on-site evaluation for re-accreditation March 30 - April 1st, 2016. As part of the CCNE accreditation process, we welcome program constituents to submit, in writing, comments concerning our program's qualifications for accreditation status. Please note that CCNE shares third-party comments with the Evaluation Team prior to the on-site evaluation. During its review of the program, the evaluation team considers third-party comments that relate to the accreditation standards. But, at no time during the review process are these comments shared with the program, the Accreditation Review Committee, or the Board of Nursing. Written third-party comments will be received by CCNE until 21 days prior to the scheduled on-site evaluation. The deadline for such comments would be Wednesday, March 9th, 2016.
Comments should be sent to:
Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education
ATTN: Third-Party Comments
1 Dupont Circle NW, Suite 530
Washington, DC 20036