WI Nursing Schools

Nursing Schools in Wisconsin
Wisconsin reports it is less impacted by the nursing shortage than many other states, but still has plenty of opportunities available for its current and future nurses, including LPNs, RNs and Advance Practice Nurses such as Nurse Administrators, Nurse Educators, Clinical Nurse Specialists and those that specialize in Informatics and Public Health.

Wisconsin’s greatest numbers of underserved populations fall into three categories: low-income, Southeast Asian refugees and migrant farm workers. These various populations within the state of Wisconsin require nurses that have specialized in areas such as urban primary care, rural health and the special needs of international or Spanish-speaking populations.

Featured Nursing Schools in Wisconsin:

University of Wisconsin School of Nursing
Madison, WI – 608-263-5200

  • Traditional and accelerated Bachelor of Science in Nursing programs.
  • Dual MS/MPH Program.
  • Doctor of Nursing Practice.
  • PhD in Nursing.
  • CCNE .

Marquette University College of Nursing
Milwaukee, WI – 414-288-3800

  • Offers degrees from Bachelor’s through Doctoral.
  • Master of Science in Nursing; concentrations in Acute Care Nurse Practitioner, Nurse-midwifery, Health Care Systems Leadership, Clinical Nurse Leader and more.
  • Dual MSN/MBA Program.
  • PhD in Nursing.
  • Doctor of Nursing Practice.
  • CCNE .

Marian University School of Nursing
Fond du Lac, WI – 800-2-MARIAN

  • Bachelor of Science in Nursing.
  • Master of Science in Nursing; concentrations in Nurse Educator and Adult Nurse Practitioner.
  • CCNE .
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