The Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BS in Nursing) program at UW-Milwaukee will prepare you to be science-based, compassionate nurse leaders through innovative and quality educational programs for all specialties and settings of practice.

What makes our program distinguished?

As the largest College of Nursing in the state, UW-Milwaukee partners with over 160 clinical agencies to prepare graduates as beginning generalists in a variety of settings. Classroom and clinical experiences provide students with the knowledge and skills needed to begin a nursing career after graduation including: critical-thinking, clinical leadership, advocacy, and application of the nursing process to deliver care.

University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee College of Nursing is accredited through the Council of Baccalaureate and Higher Degree Programs of the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education (CCNE) and the State of Wisconsin Board of Nursing.

For More Information

Ebony Cobb
Pre-Nursing and Living/Learning Community
Outreach Specialist


Deatra Holloway
Pre-Nursing, Honors and Transfer
Senior Advisor


Donna Wier
Clinical Major and UW-Washington County
Senior Advisor