Nursing, Concentration: Professional Nursing
Bachelor of Science in Nursing
PNW’s College of Nursing maintains a commitment to quality, evidence-based nursing education and has a reputation for nursing excellence. The program keeps pace with the ever-changing healthcare delivery systems and technological advances while being rooted in fundamental humanistic philosophies.
We offer you a program that’s affordable and respected. Gain the credentials you need to advance your career goals at a designated NLN Center of Nursing Excellence that is home to the Indiana Center for Evidence Based Nursing Practice: a Joanna Briggs Institute.
This undergraduate degree prepares a nurse generalist with baccalaureate-level nursing competencies who will be able to provide comprehensive, safe, nursing care for people from birth to death within a variety of healthcare settings.
Explore the profession and the building blocks of care with core classes.
- NUR 18100 – Introduction To Professional Nursing
- BIOL 21300 – Human Anatomy And Physiology I
Deepen your understanding with the essentials of nursing.
- NUR 27400 – Essentials Of Safe Medication Administration For Nursing
- NUR 29400 – Essential Pharmacotherapeutics For Nursing
Broaden your understanding of specialty practice in a range of disciplines.
- NUR 28600 – Mental Health Nursing
- NUR 39000 – Nursing Research
There is a call for America’s nurses to be baccalaureate prepared. To meet this demand, PNW’s College of Nursing offers you a program that’s affordable, accelerated, and respected. Gain the skills, knowledge, and credentials you need to keep pace in the nursing field and advance your career goals.
Gain real-world, practical training and expertise to advance in a career focused on improving the future of health care and making a positive, lasting impact on the quality of patient care.
Beyond the Classroom
We encourage you to get involved in activities like:
- Sigma Theta Tau National Honor Society
- College of Nursing Undergraduate Nursing Club
This degree prepares you for a number of careers in the field, including:
- Hospital charge nurse or manager
- Nursing case management
- Nursing informatics specialist
- Nurse navigator
- Community health nurse
- NLN COE
The nursing program is phenomenal. I love all of my instructors. They have all been amazing, cooperative and informative.
PNW is helping me reach my career goal because everyone is available all the time. If I ever have a question, my professors are always there, and the S.I. sessions have always been really helpful. It’s really nice to talk to someone who has passed the class. It’s motivational and makes me feel like I can do it too.
The nursing program at PNW prepares you for what you will need to do from beginning to end with a patient.
Meet the Faculty
Dr. Baker is an assistant professor in the College of Nursing. Her teaching responsibilities include coursework in both the undergraduate and graduate programs.
Clinical Assistant Professor
I teach the lecture for Essentials of Safe Medication Administration for Nursing, clinical for Pediatric Nursing, and help to coordinate the school nurse rotation of Community Health Nursing clinical.
I am currently an Assistant Professor in the CON and teach the culminating medical-surgical course on both campuses.