Daniel J. Wukich School of Nursing
About the School of Nursing
To address the national shortage of nurses, and expand the University's programs in the health sciences, Seton Hill created the Daniel J. Wukich School of Nursing in 2019. The School’s name honors Daniel J. Wukich, a Seton Hill board member and founder of Quest Healthcare Development, Inc., who provided a leadership gift to found the School of Nursing.
A liberal arts foundation for your study in nursing provides you with an enhanced knowledge base that prepares you for a wider variety of careers. At Seton Hill, you will learn from faculty members who have practical nursing and healthcare experience. They will provide academic support tailored to your personal and career goals. The baccalaureate degree program in nursing at Seton Hill University is accredited by the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education (http://www.ccneaccreditation.org).
Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN)
The four-year Bachelor of Science in Nursing Program is completed on-campus and provides traditional undergraduate students with:
- Practical experience beginning in the sophomore year
- Top-notch health science facilities
- A full range of clubs and professional development opportunities
- The ability to add a second major - if you choose - in one of our other health science programs
- The opportunity to take courses in a minor field of study (like Medical Spanish, Art or Exercise Science)
- Scholarships and aid
RN to BSN
Seton Hill's online RN to BSN Program is designed for working RNs or students who have just completed 2-year RN degree programs. It features:
- Discounted tuition
- Short 8-week sessions
- The ability to complete the degree in 1 year
- The opportunity to transfer up to 90 credits
- The option to take courses on campus
School of Nursing Mission & Philosophy
The Daniel J. Wukich School of Nursing is grounded in the Catholic tradition and the values of Elizabeth Ann Seton. Our purpose is to prepare safe, competent professional nurses guided by ethics, critical thinking, evidence-based practice and practice standards. Our graduates will work to transform the quality of healthcare in the world and demonstrate respect and compassion for every person.