5 Nursing Campuses,
1 WVU School of Nursing.

Whether you are interested in earning your first degree or advancing your field of knowledge at the graduate level, the WVU School of Nursing has a program for you on one of our five campuses.

Bridgeport Campus (Now Open)

A faculty member offers a demonstration of the manikin simulation equipment at the new Bridgeport Campus at WVU Medicine United Hospital Center.
A brand-new facility as part of the WVU Medicine United Hospital Center will allow students at our newest campus to participate in an accelerated undergraduate nursing program.

In a unique partnership, a new wing of WVU Medicine United Hospital Center in Bridgeport will house a WVU School of Nursing accelerated undergraduate nursing program. Students will appreciate the convenience of state-of-the art classrooms and skills labs just steps away from the clinical facility. At Bridgeport, students can enjoy smaller class sizes, connect with a close cohort of 24 fellow classmates, and engage with dedicated faculty members.

The UHC campus program’s first cohort will begin January 2023. The fast-track BS/BA to BSN nursing program, which mirrors the Morgantown Campus program, provides accelerated entry into the nursing profession for students who already hold a bachelor’s degree in another field. The program runs five full-time semesters, or 18 months in length, and consists of 66 credits of nursing curriculum.

Programs offered at the Bridgeport Campus

BS/BA to Bachelor of Science

The BS/BA to BSN program is an accelerated program for college graduates who wish to become a registered nurse with a bachelor's degree in nursing. The program, offered on the Morgantown and Bridgeport campuses, is designed for full-time study. After 18 months of continuous enrollment, successful students obtain the Bachelor of Science in Nursing degree (BSN) and are eligible to take the licensing examination for a registered professional nurse (RN).

Learn about the BS/BA to Bachelor of Science program

WVU School of Nursing,
where you are.

The WVU School of Nursing offers several programs through WVU Online.

Online programs

Online. Anytime. Anywhere.

When you choose an online program with the WVU School of Nursing, you can access our high-quality curriculum, expert faculty and numerous resources no matter where you are located. Our programs are tried and tested — our graduates are highly sought after, whether they chose to study in-person or online. 

Programs available online

RN to Bachelor of Science

Our 100% asynchronous online RN to BSN program offers licensed registered nurses who are graduates of diploma and associate degree nursing programs the opportunity to complete requirements for the Bachelor of Science in Nursing degree (BSN). Applicants with a current, unencumbered RN license and a minimum overall GPA of 2.5 are encouraged to apply. Applicants with an overall GPA of 2.0 to 2.49 may be considered for provisional admission. In-state tuition rates apply to all RN to BSN students, regardless of residency.

Learn about the RN to Bachelor of Science program

Master of Science in Nursing

The MSN programs at WVU offer baccalaureate-prepared nurses the opportunity to earn a master's degree with part-time or full-time curriculum options. Our current program includes a master’s degree in the FNP (family) nurse practitioner specialty track.

Learn about the Master of Science in Nursing program

Post-MSN Certificate

The Post-MSN certificate program is offered to professional nurses who have previously earned a master's degree or higher in nursing and who are interested in obtaining national certification in advanced practice nursing. The focus areas are Family Nurse Practitioner (FNP), Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioner (PMHNP) and Nurse Executive Leadership (NEL).

Learn about the Post-MSN Certificate program

Doctor of Nursing Practice

The WVU School of Nursing Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP) program prepares nurses to practice at the highest level of professional nursing. Graduates of the DNP program advance the application of nursing knowledge through the translation and implementation of evidence for practice to improve health outcomes for diverse populations. This expert level practice builds on past advanced practice education, experience, and certification. The DNP program can be completed in as few as 32 credit hours.

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Stephanie Lusk

When I got to college, nursing was what I interested in. When I thought about my role models when I was younger, the strongest women I knew were nurses, and I love that caring is one of the most essential elements in being a nurse.

Stephanie Lusk
Master of Science in Nursing