Nursing Degrees at Shawnee State
The Department of Nursing offers a range of opportunities for those just beginning their nursing educational journey or to licensed nurses seeking high quality educational opportunities.
A 2006 alumnus of Shawnee State University, Chad Lore found a way to give back to his community in his role as a Nurse Practitioner at Southern Ohio Medical Center (SOMC).
What Can I Do With This Major?
Welcome to a career that's different every day. Nursing is a career for people who feel called to care for others and want to constantly learn from their patients and coworkers.
Think that you might be interested in a nursing degree?
Schedule an appointment with an advisor to get started or just talk over your options.
Nursing Administrative Assistant
Interim Department Chair
A college GPA of 2.5 (on a 4.0 scale) at the end of the semester in which application is made. A grade of “C” or higher in all pre-nursing course work, which includes the first two semesters and the summer session of the pre-nursing curriculum. Nursing applicants must have a composite ACT score of 22 and a score of 18 in all ACT sections or greater than 20 hours of college credit.
To complete the admission process, you must present
After graduating from Shawnee State with an associate's degree in nursing (and passing the NCLEX-RN examination), you'll have the option to work in hospitals, health care agencies and home health care agencies, just to name a few possible employers. In all of these, you have the chance to improve people's lives and be an advocate for preventative healthcare with local health agencies.