The Three-Year BSN
The Breen School of Nursing
at Ursuline College – the best nursing program in the region – is now offering qualified students the opportunity to fast-track entry into the nation’s fastest growing profession.
The next 3-year BSN cohort will launch in fall 2017. Earning your BSN in 3 years instead of 4 means the average starting salary of an Ursuline nursing graduate ($57,000/year) will be yours a year sooner, enhancing your lifetime earning power and fast-tracking the return on your Ursuline investment.The Breen BSN:
- Is a direct entry program, with admission to both Ursuline College and the Breen School of Nursing, there is no waitlist.
- Produces results. Ursuline grads have a 100% job placement rate and one of the highest NCLEX pass rates in Ohio.
- Has a national reputation, with accomplished faculty, national awards and alumnae who are shaping the future of the profession.
- Lets you learn alongside professionals in some of the world’s best hospitals. Ursuline student nurses complete clinicals and a 180-hour immersion experience at the Cleveland Clinic, University Hospitals Health System and more.
- Is cutting edge, with curriculum accredited by the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education (CCNE).
- Often leads to careers in Advanced Practice Nursing with many graduates returning to Ursuline for the Master of Science in Nursing (MSN) or Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP) degrees.
- Ambitious high school seniors with a minimum GPA of 3.0 and ACT of 24 or SAT of 1110 (M+CR) are invited to apply.
- Submit the application for admission and select the 3-Year Nursing Cohort Program as your intended major.
- Send all required supporting materials (ACT or SAT scores and your transcript(s); letter of recommendation is optional).
- Within 2 weeks of receiving all application materials, you will be notified if you have been selected for admission to the 3-year BSN cohort.
- Students not selected for admission to the 3-year BSN cohort will be evaluated for admission to the traditional 4-year BSN program.