Associate of Science in Nursing
Stritch University's Associate of Science in Nursing (A.D.N.) program is
designed for students seeking a nursing degree with a liberal arts foundation
in a university environment.
Our program is aimed at developing your abilities
to practice nursing using the principles of health promotion, maintenance and
restoration across the life span in a variety of structured client settings.
the program students will be exposed to the broad curricular concepts of:
A.D.N. program is arranged so that you will have a wide variety of clinical
experiences in community agencies and hospitals. Some of our clinical sites
include: Columbia St. Mary’s Hospital, Sinai-Samaritan Medical Center,
Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin, St. Joseph’s Hospital, the Agape Community
Center and the Oak Creek Health Department.
complete the degree, 70 credit hours are required. Of these, 32 credits are in
liberal arts core courses and 38 are in nursing courses.
ADN Town Hall Meetings
- Tuesday, April 16, 2013: 12- 1 p.m., Roger Bacon 117
- Thursday, April 25, 2013: 4- 5 p.m., Roger Bacon 117
- Tuesday, April 30, 2013: 4- 5 p.m., Roger Bacon 117
- Monday, May 6, 2013: 3:30- 4:30 p.m., Board Room
The purpose of the scheduled ADN Town Hall Meetings is to discuss nursing programming and future initiatives for the Ruth S. Coleman College of Nursing, which include:
- Sunsetting the ADN Program
- Building a BSN Traditional Program
- Building a new Masters of Nursing in Leadership Program
- Introduction of a new Respiratory Therapy Program
All prospective students and the public are welcome to attend.