School of Nursing Mission
The School of Nursing prepares nurse leaders for professional holistic nursing practice and advancement of nursing knowledge, through the pursuit of wisdom. Faculty create an educational experience that embraces diversity, equity and inclusion within the values of caring, wisdom, integrity, collegiality, and commitment for faithful service and ethical leadership in a global community.
Nurses Climate Challenge
Our changing climate demands #climateaction. As an early adopter of the #NursesClimateChallenge #SchoolofNursingCommitment, Viterbo University is preparing future nurses by teaching them about the health impacts of climate change using resources from @RNClimateChal. https://nursesclimatechallenge.org
From the Dean
The School of Nursing is home to an outstanding array of nursing education opportunities where students receive high-quality nursing education in premier clinical settings, including Mayo Clinic Health Care System, Gundersen Health Care System, and numerous community-based settings. In these settings, students apply principles and practices of a strong values-based education to serve the common good, which is the hallmark of a Viterbo University graduate.
I invite you to share in the Viterbo University experience and learn more about our accredited* professional programs:
- Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN)
- BSN Completion
- Direct Entry Master of Science in Nursing (DEMSN)*
- Doctor of Nursing Pactice (DNP)
- Post-Graduate Certificate - Adult-Gerontology Acute Care - Nurse Practitioner*
We are proud of our legacy of excellence and envision a strong future where our graduates go on to make a difference in the lives of those in which they serve.
Explore our website to learn more about each of our programs. Join us for an on-campus visit and experience what is best about the School of Nursing—our students, faculty, and staff.
*The master's degree program in nursing (DE MSN) and the post-graduate APRN certificate program at Viterbo University is pursuing initial accreditation by the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education (http://www.ccneaccreditation.org). Applying for accreditation does not guarantee that accreditation will be granted. Visit the School of Nursing Accreditation page for details on programmatic accreditation by degree or certificate.