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Your Capital degree will provide you with a clinical, technical and scientific foundation, but it will also take you farther. Our liberal arts education will give you a strong background in religion, psychology and human relations. And that will make you more well-rounded and add a competitive dimension to your résumé.
But it's not just classroom learning that's important. At Capital we partner with more than 80 community health organizations — ranging from the Nationwide Children's Hospital to Mount Carmel Medical Centers — so you can practice your skills in a real-time, supervised environment. We also give you the benefit of leading technology through our Helene Fuld Health Trust Learning Resources Laboratory. Undergraduate students can even study abroad during their senior year, thanks to our partnership programs in Europe.
» Learn more about our Community Health Nursing and Study Abroad programs.
Whether you are a practicing RN seeking to complete your BSN studies or a health professional seeking an MSN, Capital has a program customized to fit your needs. We even offer three dual-degree programs: in law, business and theological studies. Capital nursing education will position you to make the most of your job possibilities. Our innovative combination of practical education and extensive opportunities for hands-on experiences has made our nursing program a standard-bearer throughout the state.
Bachelor of Science in Nursing
Master of Science in Nursing
RN to MSN Program
BSN Completion Program
Accelerated BSN Program
Post-Masters Nurse Educator Certificate
Careers in Nursing
Opportunities and Organizations
About the Nursing Program
Pre-licensure Nursing Student Handbook (PDF)
Capital University is a private four-year undergraduate institution and graduate school located in the Columbus, Ohio, neighborhood of Bexley. Copyright © 2013 Capital University