The School of Nursing's undergraduate BSN program combines the latest in clinical theory with traditional nursing values that emphasize holistic patient care.

The School of Nursing offers 3 undergraduate degree program options:

Traditional Bachelor of Science in Nursing Program - The purpose of the baccalaureate program is to prepare a professional nurse whose practice is based upon nursing science, related sciences and the arts in order to promote, restore, and maintain the health of human beings. The advantage of a four-year program is that it gives students the opportunity to combine a strong theoretical base of biological and behavioral sciences with a foundation in the liberal arts.

Accelerated 2nd Degree Nursing - Designed to enable students with a previous baccalaureate degree to earn a BS in Nursing degree. This is fast-paced and is designed to build upon the student’s previous education while providing the science and nursing content. Admission is highly competitive and is based upon proven academic achievement and grades earned in pre-requisite courses.

Registered Nurse - Designed for registered nurses, who obtained their nursing education through either an CCNE or NLN accredited diploma or associate degree program, to pursue undergraduate education with early admission to a graduate nursing program. 

Nursing Graduate Certificates

Post-Baccalaureate Certificates:

1. Genetics
2. Nursing Research
3. School Nurse

Post-Masters/DNP Certificates:

1. Adult-Gerontology Acute Care Nurse Practitioner
2. Gerontology for Nurse Practitioners
3. Health Care Genetics
4. Neonatal Nurse Practitioner
5. Nursing Education
6. Nursing Informatics


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