The College of Nursing offers a range of degree programs at the bachelor's, master's and doctoral levels, to prepare graduates to practice in a variety of health care, research and academic settings.
Build a solid foundation for career and graduate success in an innovative environment for learning, inquiry, and discovery.
Pursue a nursing career - using the same curriculum as the traditional track - in a more condensed and rigorous format. For individuals with a non-nursing bachelor's degree.
Expand your professional options by adding a bachelor’s degree to your nursing credentials.
Build on previous nursing education and clinical experience to prepare for advanced practice in a variety of health care settings, and lay a foundation for doctoral education.
Prepare as an advanced practice nurse at the highest level. Choose from four specializations: the Family Nurse Practitioner track (FNP), the Public Health Nurse Leader track (PHNL), the Adult Gerontology Primary Care Nurse Practitioner (AGPCNP), or the Post Master's DNP Completion.
Prepare as a nurse researcher, scholar, and educator to advance nursing knowledge and improve professional practice.