Accelerated BS in Nursing
A 15-month full time program open only to applicants who have earned a baccalaureate degree in any discipline by the date of enrollment. Applicants must meet prerequisite and admission requirements by the start of registration.
RN to BS in Nursing
This program is open to registered nurses and applicants who expect to complete the process of RN licensure by the date of enrollment. The program is designed to build a professional career and prepare the RN for graduate study in nursing. All didactic courses are online. There is a clinical requirement of 37.5 hours for Community Health.
Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP)
Prepares nurses for the highest level of nursing practice in which they impact healthcare delivery by:
- addressing health inequities
- mitigating impact of negative social determinants of health
- advocating for under-served and diverse populations
- leading system-level policy and decision-making
Family Nurse Practitioner
Designed for nurse practitioners with a Master's of Science degree in one of the advanced practice nursing roles, laying the foundation for the care of families across the life span.
A hybrid, 12-credit program designed to prepare Registered Nurses with a master's or doctoral degree, which includes advanced pharmacology, pathophysiology, and physical assessment, for educational roles in clinical, community, and academic settings. Students will be prepared to become leaders and change agents within nursing education and practice.
Additional Required Program Fees
The following PDF files list additional fees for various items not listed in the Tuition and Fees webpage for the College of Nursing. They include a description of the fee and due dates.