Nursing

Webster's Department of Nursing offers a Bachelor of Science in Nursing and a Master of Science in Nursing to registered nurses seeking to further their education and advance in their career. Our curriculum focuses on preparing today's nurses for the rapidly evolving health care industry and the increasingly vital role which nurses play in supporting and advocating for the health of our communities. As experienced nurses from a wide variety of health care backgrounds, our faculty take a holistic, real-world approach to nursing theory and practice, and are deeply invested in making sure students graduate with the knowledge and skills they need to make a positive difference in the their field.

Thanks to our strong network of corporate partners, the Department of Nursing can offer reduced tuition rates to practicing nurses at 4 regional hospitals. In addition, the BSN and MSN programs both offer part-time enrollment, convenient evening classes, and eight-week terms to fit your schedule.

For more information, explore the Department of Nursing in the undergraduate catalog or feel free to contact Department Representative Lisa Tourrette.

The BSN and MSN programs at Webster University are accredited by the Accreditation Commission for Education in Nursing

Department Chair

Mary Ann Drake

Mary Ann Drake, PhD, RN
Professor, MSN Program Coordinator
Webster Hall 200G
Ph: (314) 968-7482
drakema@webster.edu

Department Representative


Lisa Tourrette
Webster Hall 200
Ph: (314) 246-7483
ashlelis@webster.edu