Traditional Nursing B.S. Program
As a student at the Wegmans School of Nursing, you will be trained to provide exceptional patient care.
With clinical experiences throughout the Rochester region and opportunities to participate in health care missions trips abroad, you'll gain hands-on practice in a variety of real-world settings.
The WSON Difference
At the Wegmans School of Nursing (WSON), you will grow as a person and as a professional, developing aptitude in critical thinking, ethical decision making, establishing and maintaining therapeutic relationships, providing and coordinating care, cultural sensitivity, and self-appraisal.
Our state-of-the-art Nursing facilities will give you the quality, hands-on training you need to excel in the nursing profession.
Nursing B.S. Curriculum
Fisher's Nursing curriculum at the Wegmans School of Nursing is grounded in both the knowledge of the discipline of nursing and the science of evidence-based practice.
During the first two years of the undergraduate Nursing curriculum, you will complete College Core and prerequisite liberal arts and science courses, and participate in non-credit nursing seminars.
After being admitted to the Nursing program in your junior year, you'll engage in the study/practice of nursing theory and evidence-based clinical coursework in the specialties of nursing care including community, adult, child, psychiatric, and women's health.
The program culminates in a precepted clinical role transition course in the last semester of your senior year.
Nurses are in high demand. After graduation, you will be equipped for an entry-level nursing role in any of the numerous local, national, and international health care opportunities available.
You will be prepared to engage in nursing practice that is ethical, responsible, accountable, holistic, technologically competent, scholarly, therapeutic, cost-effective, culturally sensitive, collaborative, innovative, and outcome-oriented.
Students and faculty from Fisher's Wegmans School of Nursing are making a difference in the lives and health of impoverished Kenyans.
Don't miss this quick video documenting their work. It is sure to inspire!