Are you ready for a career that makes a difference? Demand for nurses with a bachelor’s degree continues to grow because they play such a critical role in our community.
West Coast University could help you earn a Bachelor of Science in Nursing degree (BSN) in as little as 39 months — to help prepare you for a career that’s in demand.
Our “student-centric" philosophy offers you several advantages:
WCU students have a broad set of options for clinical placement.
Where you earn your degree—and where you do your clinical rotations—can make a real difference. West Coast University isn’t tied to one particular hospital, we have 300 clinical partners nationwide, so we’re able to draw on a much more diverse set of site options in assigning your clinical placement.
West Coast University offers a variety of ways for BSN students to make a difference in the community, while they learn. From community health events like Care Harbor LA and on-site assistance at Centennial High School’s Clinic, to providing aid to patients at home and abroad—you’ll have the opportunity to make a difference from day one.
Learn more about WCU community support at our philanthropic website, westand4health.com.
West Coast University supports its students beyond the last day of class. We are committed to helping our graduates throughout their careers.
Through our Career Service Department, we provide ongoing assistance with professional and career development through workshops and guidance for our students and graduates. We partner with industry professionals and enhance the prospects for securing employment and obtaining professional success.
Since healthcare professionals are life-long learners, WCU assists its graduates by providing them ongoing discounted CEs and a complimentary membership to our partner company, Contemporary Forums.
*Students that have been conditionally accepted will be required to meet all admission requirements in order to advance into Nursing core courses. All students must progress normally and successfully pass their courses in order to advance into Nursing core courses. Students should review their program specific requirements located in the University Catalog for more information.
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