Do you know your career goals but feel unsure which nursing graduate program will help you achieve them? This page will help direct you toward the program that is right for you.
"I’m an RN who wants to become a nurse practitioner who can order tests, make diagnoses, write prescriptions, and care for a specific patient population in primary or acute care settings."
"I’m an RN who's already earned a BSN and want to become a nurse practitioner who can independently practice at the highest clinical level, make decisions, lead people and teams, and improve healthcare."
"I’m a nurse practitioner and a leader at heart. I want to improve healthcare for patients, clinicians, and health systems by leveraging science and evidence-based practice to make change."
"I'm not a nurse, but I want to be, and have at least a bachelor's degree in another field. I'm ready to use my non-nursing professional experience to lead at the bedside and forge change on the unit."
“I’m an RN who wants to become a CNS who can diagnose, treat, and manage patients. I also want provide expertise and support to nurses caring for patients at the bedside, help drive practice changes, and ensure the use of evidence-based care to achieve the best possible patient outcomes.”
“I want to solve big systems-level and policy problems, teach and mentor future nurses, and conduct scientific research that will impact and improve patient care, clinician and patient communities, large populations, and affect legislation and practice.”
"I am a nurse practitioner already but want to increase the span of my expertise so I can care for a broader range of patients outside the population I currently work in."
"I’m already an RN who's earned at least a BSN but want to deepen my leadership and mentoring skills to forge evidence-based change on the unit and in practice."