UVA was founded by Thomas Jefferson in 1819. The School of Nursing -- founded in 1901 at the same time as the Medical Center -- is part of the UVA Health System along with the School of Medicine, the Claude Moore Health Sciences Library, the UVA Physicians Group, and the Medical Center. The medical school Thomas Jefferson established in 1825 as the nation’s 10th has grown to become a renowned academic health system. The Medical Center is an integrated network of primary and specialty care services ranging from wellness programs to the most technologically advanced care. At its hub is a 577-bed hospital, a state Level 1 trauma center, and the Emily Couric Cancer Center, which boasts unparalleled oncology care for patients from Virginia, across the country, and around the world. Today, the Medical Center continues to expand and will soon complete its Battle Children’s Hospital, at the corner of West Main and Jefferson Park Avenue, as well as a long-term acute care facility.

And UVA is the academic home to four national nursing organization leaders on faculty -- Pam Cipriano, ANA president, Clareen Wiencek, president of the AACN, Mary Gibson, president of the AAHN, and Emily Drake, president of AWHONN -- keeping our faculty front and center in many national conversations about nurses.

Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN)


● BSN
● RN to BSN
● Transfer
● Transfer within UVA

Master of Science in Nursing (MSN)


● Adult-gerontology acute care CNS
● Adult-gerontology acute care NP
● Family NP
● Neonatal NP
● Pediatric NP
● Pediatric Acute Care NP
● Psychiatric-mental health NP
● Clinical nurse leader (direct entry)
● Clinical nurse leader (for RNs)

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