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University of Colorado College of Nursing

College of Nursing

 Upcoming Information Sessions

Are you interested in a career in nursing? Do you have questions? If so, here is a good way to get answers!

Attend the Next Information Session

The next information session will be held later this Summer/early Fall 2015. Please check back for more information!

Interested in a bachelor’s degree in nursing?

Enter the College of Nursing's bachelor of science program through one of the following options:

  • Traditional (two year nursing program)
  • Accelerated (one year nursing program: must have a prior BA/BS degree)
  • Integrated Nursing Pathway Program (complete prerequisites at the Community College of Aurora)
  • RN-BS Program (Must have an associate degree in nursing or diploma)

The following Summer 2015 Information Sessions are designed for prospective undergraduates. Please note that these sessions will include an overview of the Traditional Pathways and UCAN (accelerated) programs, but no campus tours or financial aid sessions (these options will be available during our comprehensive Info Session in the fall). Please register below!
Thursday, June 25, from 4:00-5:30pm

Wednesday, July 29, from 6:00-7:30pm​ 

Interested in a master’s degree in nursing?

With a BS in nursing, you can pursue a master’s degree and choose from one of 11 specialty options, five of which include an interdisciplinary urban underserved (CU-UNITE) track to advance your career in the nursing profession of your choice, structured to provide a foundation for career paths of future leaders in advanced nursing practice.

For those who already have a MS and are looking for more options, check out our post-master’s certificate program.


Interested in a doctorate degree?

The College of Nursing offers two state-of-the-art doctoral programs to choose from: the doctor of nursing practice (DNP) and the doctor of philosophy in nursing (PhD).

  • The DNP offers advanced clinical education and focuses on the development of tomorrow’s clinical leaders.
  • The PhD program prepares nurse scientists who will create new knowledge to guide nursing practice.


If you are unable to attend or would like to schedule an appointment with an admissions specialist, please contact us.