Our programs are learning-intensive and time-consuming. You will be required to complete course work, clinical work, skills testing, theory testing, nursing care plans and more.
We strongly recommend that you work no more than 24 hours per week during the course of your program. If your family and home commitments are high, we recommend you curtail outside employment even further.
In order to enroll in nursing courses, you must have applied and been accepted to a specific nursing program.
All non-nursing courses must be completed with a grade of C or higher. Grades of C- or lower will not count toward credits you need to graduate.
Some prerequisite courses, support courses and general education courses are offered through WSU Online.
The nursing program dates and deadlines override Continuing Education, online and distance learning guidelines. Support courses must be completed and grades posted two weeks prior to nursing orientation.
See the WSU Catalog for individual course descriptions.