New Nursing Program Offerings
The College of Nursing is committed to continuously evaluating and creating educational programs that serve the interest of our students, communities and healthcare partners by offering a variety of learning opportunities and developing new programs to meet the healthcare needs of the state of Nebraska and beyond.
- Advanced Nurse Generalist — The Advanced Nurse Generalist Master’s Degree, a new specialty within the graduate program, is a specialty track for nurses looking for advanced skills and knowledge who wish to stay at the bedside or become an informal or formal leader. The college is currently taking applications for Fall 2021.
- Nursing in the U.S. Context (Internationally Educated Nurses) — The goal of the Nursing in the U.S. Context certificate program is to prepare internationally educated nurses now residing in the U.S. to be better prepared and eligible for RN licensure in Nebraska. Classes will begin Summer (May) 2021.
- Registered Nurse to Bachelor's degree — The College of Nursing is offering 8-week, fast-track courses in the RN to BSN program in addition to the current 16-week courses. Choose the pace that works best for you. All courses are available in the fast-track program beginning Summer (May) 2021.
- Dual MSN/MBA degree — The MSN/MBA Dual Degree, in collaboration with the University of Nebraska at Omaha, prepares nurses for health care leadership in increasingly complex clinical and business environments.