Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education Reaccreditation Announcement
Enjoy hands-on learning in hospital and community settings with diverse client populations.
Throughout Baker University’s history, we have introduced programs to serve the changing needs of students.
In the fall of 2015, the Higher Learning Commission approved the online Master of Science in Nursing program, which offers practicing nurses the opportunity to shape the next generation of health care professionals. Graduates are prepared to pursue careers in nursing education and nursing administration.
Stormont Vail Health
Pozez Education Center
1505 SW 8th Ave
Topeka, KS 66604
785.354.5850 or 888.866.4242
Enter the hospital grounds from the corner of Eighth and Horne. Parking in the garage is free.
Complete your prerequisites at Baker’s Baldwin City campus.
Students complete 62 hours of prerequisites on Baker’s Baldwin City campus while working closely with a prenursing advisor, then they complete their two-year professional program at Stormont Vail Health in Topeka. Students who complete their prerequisite work at Baker with a minimum 3.0 GPA are given preference in admissions selections. Learn more about Baker’s prenursing program.
Bachelor of Science in Nursing
We take pride in educating confident and compassionate nurses who are in demand even before they graduate. Through clinical experience, first-hand observation, and personalized learning, Baker has developed an outstanding reputation for producing the best and brightest nurses in the region. Our graduates validate this year after year with high first-time NCLEX pass rates and job placement.
Master of Science in Nursing
Baker’s robust online MSN curriculum integrates advanced nursing theory with evidence-based nursing practices. Graduates will apply these skills to careers in nursing education and nursing administration. Two tracks have been developed to fill a critical workforce need: Nursing Education and Nursing Administration.