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WGU has partnered with hospital and community health organizations to offer a prelicensure bachelor’s degree in nursing. Upon completion of the program, graduates will be qualified to sit for the national NCLEX-RN licensing exam.
This BSN program is made possible by a collaborative effort of WGU clinical partners, and the state workforce agency working towards an ultimate goal of a nationwide nursing education program.
WGU assembled an impressive cadre of founding clinical partners to aid in the development and implementation of the B.S. Nursing (Prelicensure) program. These partners include:
WGU’s National Nursing Advisory Committee consists of the following members:
WGU does not accept annual state funding. WGU is completely self sufficient from student tuition. Grants in the form of one-time funding are used to develop new programs, while keeping student tuition low.
WGU ’s competency-based degree programs are supported by academic and industry leaders alike, offering their support through industry expertise and scholarships for program development.
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