Second Degree Programs
Continue your education or recareer at UW-Milwaukee.
Students with an existing bachelor’s degree often seek out second degree programs. UW-Milwaukee School of Nursing can offer you a variety of program options that help you achieve your academic and career goals.
We offer students a range of options including the RN to BS in Nursing, BS in Nursing (traditional undergraduate program), Direct Entry Master of Nursing and our Master of Sustainable Peacebuilding program options. Students are encouraged to explore the below programs and contact Academic Advising to make an appointment.
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The Bachelor of Science in Nursing prepares science-based, compassionate nurse leader through innovative and quality educational programs for all specialties and settings of practice. Students can take classes at campuses in Milwaukee, Waukesha or Parkside.View the BS in NUrsing
The direct entry master of nursing (MN) program is designed for students who hold a non-nursing bachelor’s degree and wish to pursue an advanced degree in nursing. This program is ideal for students who are interested in obtaining a master’s degree and becoming a Clinical Nurse Leader.View the Direct Entry masters
The Master of Sustainable Peacebuilding was designed in direct response to a need for trained professionals in a rapidly growing field. Graduates of the MSP are thus versed in systems thinking and the scientific approaches to dealing with complexity, which enables them to see the links among various environmental and development issues.View Master of Sustainable Peacebuilding
The RN to BSN program at UW-Milwaukee is for Registered Nurses (RN) looking for a flexible way to earn a baccalaureate degree in Nursing. Students choose from three modalities to complete their BS in Nursing through our BSN@Work and School (in person), BSN@Home (online) and our UW Flex Option (competency-based).View the RN to BS in Nursing
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