Walla Walla University School of Nursing accreditations
The baccalaureate degree program in nursing at Walla Walla University is accredited by the:
Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education
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Washington DC 20001
The nursing program is approved by:
- The State of Washington Department of Health - Nursing Care Quality Assurance Commission
- The Oregon State Board for Nursing
Walla Walla University is accredited by the Northwest Association for Schools and Colleges
Walla Walla University is a non-profit corporation authorized by the State of Oregon to offer and confer the academic degree of Bachelor of Science with a major in nursing described in the current university Bulletin following a determination that state academic standards will be satisfied under OAR 538-030.
The outcomes of the curriculum are:
- Demonstrate sensitivity, compassion and respect while providing patient centered care.
- Synthesize knowledge and principles from the humanities, sciences, and nursing to form purposeful judgment.
- Apply the nursing process in diverse settings to provide care for individuals, families, communities and populations.
- Safely perform complex therapeutic nursing interventions (with occasional supportive cues) directed at promotion and maintenance of health behaviors, prevention of disease, recovery from illness, or acceptance of death.
- Initiate effective communication and teamwork/collaborative skills to deliver evidence-based, patient-centered care.
- Integrate informatics to manage information, mitigate error and support decision making in a variety of settings.
- Utilize healthcare research to support evidence-based practice.
- Apply leadership and management principles to effectively develop safety and quality improvement initiatives.
- Integrate ethical principles and legal regulations into evidence-based practice.
- Demonstrate professional integrity, responsibility, accountability, and self-directed learning.
View outcome data 2018-2021 here.
The Bachelor in Science with a major in Nursing program at Walla Walla University meets the educational requirements for professional RN licensure in all 50 US states and the following jurisdictions:
- Date Reviewed: July, 2022
- Will be reviewed annually
Note: The educational requirements for professional RN licensure requirements for American Samoa cannot be determined at the time of the last review.
Title IV - Regulation 34 CFR 668.43