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Department of Nursing About

Learn about the Department of Nursing

Department of Nursing

Emporia State University Department of Nursing offers a four-year Bachelor of Science in Nursing degree. The nursing curriculum requires two years for completion once admitted into the major, totaling 120 credit hours. Students generally apply for admission to the program at the junior level. The program has education tracks for traditional students, licensed practical nurses, and registered nurse students. Graduates of ESU Department of Nursing are eligible to take the national licensure examination for registered nursing (NCLEX-RN).

Nursing students learning

Faculty + Staff

Meet our highly-qualified nursing faculty and staff

Faculty + Staff
Nursing Student in nursing learning lab

Mission and Philosophy

Read about our mission and philosophy here.

Mission and Philosophy
Exterior of Emporia State Cora Miller Hall, home of the Department of Nursing

Cora Miller Hall

The Department of Nursing is located in Cora Miller Hall.

Cora Miller Hall
Nursing student reviewing notes during lecture

Outcomes and Accreditation

The nursing program is accredited by the Kansas Board of Regents and approved by the Kansas State Board of Nursing (KSBN)

Outcomes and Accreditation
EKG Monitor

Progress Reports and SSR

Read the progress reports available in PDF format from this page.

Progress Reports and SSR
Skeletal Model in ESU's Nursing Department

Department of Nursing Library

The Nursing Library is located on the second floor of Cora Miller Hall.

Department of Nursing Library
Nursing students studying

Clinical Sites

The Department of Nursing has several clinical sites for students to gain hands-on experiences.

Clinical Sites