Research hospitals, community clinics, universities, K12 schools, birth centers and hospice care are just a few examples of the career paths that our graduates follow.
Nationwide, the UWM College of Nursing is in the top 6% of nursing schools with graduate programs according to U.S. News and World Report.
Statewide, the College is Wisconsin’s largest nursing school and one of only two in Wisconsin that offers the full menu of nursing degrees: BS, MN, DNP and PhD.
Regionally, the College is an innovator of urban healthcare and managed-care delivery – increasingly vital fields of medicine.
Internationally, our faculty are recruited and respected for research that promotes personal health and innovates healthcare delivery from remote community clinics to the databases of some of the world’s top research hospitals.
Nurses are needed. Everyday and everywhere.
Research hospitals, community clinics, universities, K12 schools, birth centers and hospice care are just a few examples of the career paths that UWM College of Nursing graduates follow. UWM College of Nursing faculty are award-winning, internationally recruited and competitively funded educators, clinicians and scientists. From intro courses to one of the nation's first and only online PhD programs, the 95+ faculty members emphasize technology, evidence-based practice and community collaboration to prepare every nursing student to succeed and to adapt in one of the world's most dynamic and in-demand professions.
As the demand for compassionate, science-based, nursing professionals grows, so does the need for nurse educators.
The UWM College of Nursing is at the forefront of both – educating, training and empowering entry-level nurses and recruiting students to become caregivers, innovators and educators in careers that range from family healthcare to healthcare administration to nursing education.