St. Norbert College and Bellin College Partnership: Nursing ProgramCaring for others is at the core of a nurse’s work. From clinics to schools to churches to homes, nurses provide both the expert care and warm attention that improve physical health and put people at ease.
When you pursue a degree in nursing, you equip yourself for a calling at the intersection of science and support. In your work, technical skill, leadership and interpersonal ability come together for the good of those in your care.
Through St. Norbert College’s partnership with Green Bay’s Bellin College, you can earn a Bachelor of Science degree in nursing with a liberal arts foundation. The program has two stages:
- First you live on the St. Norbert College campus as you complete two years of liberal arts study under the guidance of a pre-nursing adviser.
- Then you transition seamlessly into Bellin College’s 15-month specialty nursing program, studying under expert nursing faculty.
A Nursing Degree at Work
Nurses have always been in demand, and today that demand is growing. Combining a solid foundation in the liberal arts with hands-on nursing study broadens the countless employment opportunities available to you as a nurse.
Graduates of the St. Norbert College/Bellin College nursing program are well-prepared to pursue many different careers, either with their Bachelor of Science in Nursing degree or after graduate study:
- Gerontology specialist
- Forensics nurse
- Athletic trainer
- Diabetes nurse
- Emergency room nurse
- Traveling nurse
- Public health nurse
- Physical therapist
- Hospice nurse
- Pharmaceutical sales representative
- School nurse
- Surgical nurse
- Correctional health nurse
As a nursing student at St. Norbert College, you will have the opportunity to study anatomy using human cadavers through the college’s biology program. You’ll also benefit from field experiences tending to real patients in real health care settings, including hospitals, community health centers and outpatient facilities.