Why the Marquette College of Nursing? The Marquette advantage
Direct admission. Your passion for nursing will not be put on hold at Marquette.
• You’ll be busy, whether it’s with
Our direct-admission policy means you’ll start your nursing courses on the first day of your freshman year. Guaranteed clinical experience. Classroom learning is necessary, and real experience is essential. You’ll benefit from hands-on clinical practice at many of our 90-plus area hospital agency affiliations. Learn from the best. Your professors will be nurses who have distinguished
our nursing-led student organization, the Marquette University Student Nurses Association, or one of our other 250-plus on-campus student organizations. • Our residence halls offer specialty living options, including a floor for nurses.
themselves with practice and research. Some areas of faculty research include:
• You’ll have fun when you’re not
studying patient readiness for discharge and prevention of readmission; quality
studying. Our 16 men’s and
of life; chronic illness; women’s health; birth stories; natural family planning; and
women’s Division I teams play
positive psychological concepts. Four years and out. If you follow the college’s rigorous program plan, you will graduate in four years.
in the prestigious Big East Conference. Go Marquette! • Want to play? We have 22 club and recreational sports teams, the most among Jesuit universities.
We focus on you. One-on-one advising and small class sizes give you the opportunity to form close relationships with your professors. The average instructor/student ratio for clinical learning courses is 1:8.
• Our urban campus puts you minutes from the lake, great shops and restaurants, and major league sports.
Dual study. You can gain a competitive edge from dual study in nursing and psychology. One-stop shop. Think you might want to pursue a graduate degree? Our M.S.N. program has eight areas of specialization and offers the only nurse-
• Having Marquette on your resume looks really good. U.S. News & World Report consistently ranks us among its top 100 universities.
midwifery program in Wisconsin. We also offer two doctoral programs: Ph.D. and D.N.P.
College of Nursing undergraduate programs: • Bachelor of Science in Nursing (B.S.N.) • B.S.N./Advanced Nurse Scholars Program • B.S.N./Honors Program • B.S.N./with a second major in psychology • B.S.N./R.O.T.C. (Army, Navy, Air Force) • B.S.N./with a minor in Spanish