Academic Programs—On-site and Online

Undergraduate program overview

The College of Nursing provides a strong academic and clinical background for entry into professional nursing, as well as leadership preparation at the baccalaureate level for those who are already registered nurses.


Master's program overview

The graduate program in nursing provides a broad range of clinical and classroom-based education with a strong emphasis on patient-centered practice. Several options are available which give students a solid background in theory and foundations of nursing, and expose them to the latest technology and ideas in nursing.


Master of Applied Clinical and Preclinical Research

The Master of Applied Clinical and Preclinical Research (MACPR) program is a new interdisciplinary graduate degree program offered entirely online that prepares graduates to be highly effective administrators, regulatory specialists and research team members in clinical and preclinical research studies.


Doctoral programs overview

The College of Nursing offers two doctoral-level degrees: the Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) and the Doctor of Nurse Practice (DNP).