Alverno College

3400 S. 43rd St.

Milwaukee, WI 53234-3922

(414) 382-6100

Associate Dean and Professor: Peg Rauschenberger, MSN, RN, CCHP

Contact: Alverno Admissions

A nursing degree from the JoAnn McGrath School of Nursing at Alverno College prepares you to be an extraordinary nurse. You'll be ready to serve as a caregiver, patient advocate, care coordinator, teacher, counselor, technical expert, manager and nurse leader. Career opportunities can take you to a wide range of settings, including community clinics, schools, hospitals, and even to foreign countries. Unlike other schools, clinical experience is guaranteed for anyone progressing successfully through the program. Alverno College has educated nurses for more than 80 years and is home to one of the largest undergraduate schools in nursing in Wisconsin.

Milwaukee School of Engineering (MSOE)

School of Nursing  

1025 N. Broadway

Milwaukee, WI 53202

(800) 332-6763

Program Director: Dr. Jane Paige

Accelerated Second-Degree B.S. in Nursing

This degree program was designed specifically for the adult working professional who has already earned a Bachelor of Science or Bachelor of Arts degree in another discipline and is looking to change careers. MSOE’s Accelerated Second Degree B.S. in Nursing is a compressed, year-round curriculum designed to enable students to enter the workforce as professional nurses in approximately 16 months, assuming the student has met all of the prerequisites. Most students who already have a bachelor’s degree will have satisfied those prerequisites as part of their undergraduate education.

Milwaukee School of Engineering (MSOE)

School of Nursing  

1025 N. Broadway

Milwaukee, WI 53202

(800) 332-6763

Program Director: Dr. Jane Paige

Bachelor of Science in Nursing

At MSOE’s School of Nursing (SON) students learn how to provide care with confidence starting day one—students enjoy direct admission to the nursing program and guaranteed placement in the clinical sequence. Since 1995, the MSOE SON has been educating students who have the caring attitude and skills that make excellent nurses. The MSOE curriculum integrates a strong technology base that makes you a better caregiver. You’ll be comfortable with the technology you’ll use daily on the job, because you’ve used it for four years at MSOE. The technology used in the classroom and laboratories, such as responsive mannequins, also helps to prepare you for working with patients. The placement rate for MSOE nursing graduates was 100% in 2014-15, and graduates enjoyed an average starting salary of $51,884. MSOE nursing graduates are prepared to tackle some of the most challenging but rewarding positions out there—emergency, pediatrics and end-of-life.

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