For students who aspire to use their skills to be healers, our nursing program is fully equipped to send students out into the real world to help people. To understand the human body and its needs, future healthcare workers should have moral integrity and care for every living thing — that’s why aspiring nurses go to Catholic University. Nursing students will undergo a series of preparation courses and clinical procedures to ensure they get the most real-world experience from our classrooms.
Our nursing students get opportunities they wouldn't get at any other school — whether that means earning a Certificate in Spanish for Health Care, or actually getting to study abroad and practice it.
Nursing students can even add a minor with ease. Our courses and clinical research opportunities integrate theory and practice with a more holistic understanding of nursing that no other program touches on. This understanding is what’s helped our students achieve a 94% first-time pass rate on the National Council Registered Nurse Licensure Examination (NCLEX).
Aims and Terminal Objectives
To prepare graduates for an evolving field, we aim to instill the highest standards of clinical competence, critical thinking, communication, and moral integrity.
Program of Study
The first year establishes the foundation of a nursing student’s knowledge. Each year builds on the previous year to create professional, quality, and safe nursing graduates.
We help students complete clinical rotations to meet the requirements needed to gain entry to clinical agencies and hospitals all across the world.
Spanish for Health Care Certificate
Learn to communicate with Spanish-speaking patients but also understand cultural and linguistic factors that play a critical role in providing care across the world.
Catholic University offers nursing-specific study abroad options in Australia, Ireland, and Nicaragua.
Information for Current Students
Discover what resources we have available for current students in the Conway School of Nursing — from information on labs to basics like policies and procedures.
Important Clinical Information
Before starting clinicals, students must complete the school-wide and B.S.N. clinical requirements available in the Student Guidelines.
In addition to fulfilling the clinical requirements, undergraduates must meet the annual math requirements.