Degrees & Programs

The School of Nursing offers both the Bachelor of Science in Nursing and the Master of Science in Nursing. Both programs hold national accreditation from the Accreditation Commission for Education in Nursing. 

The Bachelor of Science in Nursing program options include:

  • Traditional BSN option
  • Second Degree (BA/BS)-to-BSN option (for those with a Bachelor’s Degree in a field other than Nursing)
  • RN to BSN option (for those holding an RN license who are graduates of an ASN or Diploma program)

The BSN program prepares completers to sit for licensure exams in all states and US territories with the following exceptions:

    • It does not prepare completers for licensure in the state of Washington.

 

The Masters of Science Degree program tracks include:

      • Family Nurse Practitioner
      • Nursing Administration (Fall 2020)
      • Nursing Education (Fall 2020)

The MSN program prepares completers to sit for licensure exams in all states and US territories with the following exceptions:

    • Does not prepare completers for licensure in the state of Kansas.
    • No determination has been made for American Samoa, Washington, Northern Mariana Islands.