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.
Prepare for an educator role in colleges, universities, or clinical settings.
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 five specializations: the Family Nurse Practitioner track (FNP), the Public Health Nurse Leader track (PHNL), the Adult Gerontology Primary Care Nurse Practitioner (AGPCNP), the Post Master's DNP Completion, or the Psych Mental Health Nurse Practitioner (PMHNP).
Prepare as a nurse researcher, scholar, and educator to advance nursing knowledge and improve professional practice.