The University of Colorado College of Nursing offers four nursing programs to earn a baccalaureate degree, including the traditional bachelor of science program as well as an accelerated “UCAN” pathway. Its progressive RN to BS program can be completed online, and there is also an option for completing a BS degree through the Community Colleges of Aurora and Denver.

The College of Nursing offers numerous opportunities for nursing professionals to expand their education by earning their masters’ degree or even a doctorate. The master’s degree program at the College of Nursing has 11 different specialties available, encouraging the development of future leaders in the field of nursing. The doctoral programs at the College of Nursing includes achieving a doctor of nursing practice (DNP) or a doctor of philosophy in nursing (PhD). There is also the exciting new degree option of DNP/MPH: A joint degree that results in a doctor of nursing practice as well as masters in public health.


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