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The College of Nursing 2017 rankings by U.S. News & World Report.
The following are the 2017 rankings
Students pursuing a Master's, BS-DNP or BS-PhD degree must choose an area in which to specialize. Selecting the right specialty for you begins the process of opening the door to nursing leadership.
Learn about the master’s program at the College of Nursing. With multiple direct and indirect care specialty options to choose from, a master’s degree in nursing will help boost your leadership potential.
This program is ideal for baccalaureate-prepared nurses who intend to complete the terminal doctor of nursing practice degree. An MS in the student's chosen specialty is earned while in pursuit of the DNP.
This program is designed for baccalaureate-prepared nurses who want to earn a doctor of philosopy degree. An MS in the student's chosen specialty is earned while in pursuit of the PhD.
The doctor of nursing practice (DNP) degree appeals to master's-prepared nurses who are interested in a practice-focused doctorate to become clinical leaders in the nursing profession.
The doctor of philosophy (PhD) program is designed for master's-prepared nurses to promote knowledge development for reflective, theory-based and research-guided nursing practice.
Students interested in the Post-MS DNP have to option to pursue a dual DNP/MPH degree or complete a DNP with a public health focus.
The College of Nursing offers a post-graduate certificate in nearly all the nursing specialty options.
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