Hartwick College has more than 70 years of experience preparing nurses at the baccalaureate level. Hartwick nurses are exceptional practitioners, and remarkable people. The broad liberal arts and sciences education that complements Hartwick’s nursing program provides the communication, critical thinking, informed decision-making, and leadership skills the profession demands. Hartwick nurses are highly qualified, self-directed individuals who are able to thrive in both the present and a rapidly changing healthcare system of the future.
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Exciting Student Outcomes
Hartwick nursing students complete internships at major medical centers across the country and are well-prepared for employment or graduate school.
Bassett Medical Center, Cooperstown, NY
Robert Mele ’14
Dartmouth Medical Center,
Hannah Estes ’14
Charlotte Hungerford Hospital, Torrington, CT.
Megan Lefeber ’14
Ph.D. in Nursing Education, Capella University, Minneapolis, MN
Wendy Moore ‘02
MS in Nursing Education at SUNY IT, Utica, NY
Dana Plank ‘07
MS/MPA in Community Health Nursing/Public Health, Binghamton University, Binghamton, NY
Harpreet Kaur ’11
Nursing Degree Program Options
The Department of Nursing offers two program paths which lead to a Bachelor of Science degree in nursing.
Read about how you can earn a bachelor’s degree in nursing.
Ready to be an nursing major? Here’s what it takes.
You’ll start taking nursing courses during your first semester.
Senior practicum, nursing immersion courses, service organizations, lectures, and an honor society offer Hartwick nursing students many opportunities to develop nursing skills, explore healthcare issues, and make scholarly and professional connections.
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Nursing Faculty & Staff
The nursing faculty at Hartwick are dedicated teachers and scholars who are committed to educating highly qualified nurses.
Meet our Nursing Faculty & Staff
Health Forms for Nursing Majors
Certificate of Medical Examination & Physical Exam Record for Returning Nursing Majors
Still have questions?
Contact the Nursing Department