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BSN Completion

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News about our students

Elizabeth Mayo's editorial titled The Attributes of a Professional Nurse was published in the the February 2014 Nursing Matters. Elizabeth is a BSN Completion student at our Eau Claire site. 

What do students have to say about Viterbo's BSN Completion program?

"I have really enjoyed my time in Viterbo's BSN completion program. I have come to understand more about the profession of nursing and critical issues regarding healthcare, nursing stereotypes, research and what a nursing leader is! I have found that the 7 weeks fly by and are manageable with a full time work schedule and life outside of school and work! My group (Rochester) has gotten the pleasure of having Jennifer Hedrick Erickson for most of our classes, she is great! Online classes are more work and take more time management compared to the nursing classes, but have been easier for me to complete versus in class."
Monica B. (Rochester)

"My experience with the adult learning program at Viterbo has been great thus far. It is very job friendly also. Because it is on one day a week, I am able to continue working full time and manage my classes successfully. I also like how the classes are divided into seven week sections so you are only in a couple classes at a time.  It is easier to manage two classes at a time as opposed to four or five.  The core nursing instructors, as well as Tina Johns, have all been fabulous and understanding of our busy lives, families, jobs, etc.  All are very approachable and helpful.  I have enjoyed my time at Viterbo!"
Jessica J. (Chippewa Falls)

"I chose Viterbo to complete my BSN because they offer a such a convenient schedule that fits well with my personal and professional life. I also enjoy the opportunities I have at Viterbo to network with other nurses from different organizations in the area."
Patrick D. (La Crosse)