Woodruff School of Nursing
The Truth is in the Numbers
- No. 8 nationally ranked school of nursing by US News & World Report
- 8:1 student-faculty ratio
- 88% of BSN graduates with jobs within 3 months of graduation
- 15.1 million dollars in research funding
The Nell Hodgson Woodruff School of Nursing at Emory is internationally renowned, with 100-plus years of developing nurse leaders and scholars. Emphasizing evidence-based nursing, critical thinking, ethical practice, and social responsibility, our vibrant learning community prepares nurses to profoundly shape their profession and the care of patients and families.
The School of Nursing offers a range of opportunities for personal and professional growth through student organizations, hands-on training at more than 500 clinical sites nationwide, and service learning experiences focused on addressing pressing health care needs at home and abroad.
A Solid FoundationThe bachelor of science in nursing (BSN) gives students a solid foundation for beginning a career as a registered nurse. Currently enrolling approximately 330 students, his program is designed for students who wish to pursue the BSN as their first bachelor's degree.
After enrolling in Emory College or Oxford College, students complete their first two years of general education requirements. Students may apply and be admitted to the nursing program while their prerequisites are in progress. Emory and Oxford students applying to the BSN first-degree program will automatically be admitted if they meet certain requirements. The nursing program is designed to be completed in four semesters of full-time enrollment.