St. Ambrose offers nursing degree programs tailored specifically for our undergraduate and graduate students:
You will learn at a pace that's right for you, and have the opportunity to work side-by-side with faculty to master the material. With laboratory classes limited to 8 to 12 students per faculty member, classes are small enough to foster lasting bonds with professors and fellow students.
With the clinical experience in health care settings, and the clinical lab experience, you'll be prepared for the pace of real-world practice. You'll learn in the state-of-the-art St. Ambrose Center for Health Sciences Education, located on the west campus of Genesis Medical Center. You will collaborate with undergraduate and graduate students from across the health sciences.
After graduation, you can take your bachelor of science in nursing degree in many directions-and you'll be in demand. Nursing is a smart career choice, whether you stay in the Quad Cities or venture further afield. Discovernursing.com estimates a need for 800,000 additional nurses nationwide by 2020.