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A study about moral sensitivity and moral reasoning was conducted on 506 freshman and 440 senior students in eight BSN programs. After reserving the results, seniors showed a higher level of moral sensitivity scores than freshman students. Ethics was part of every nursing curriculum however every school took a different approach. Six of the schools made ethics a separated course while the other two schools integrated it within its nursing courses. This study shows that moral sensitivity and moral reasoning skills developed over time in the nursing program. These skills are necessary to integrate ethical decision-making skills in patient care, providing quality care to patients and minimizing risk of error to patient