Tuition

The School of Nursing invests in you from day one, starting with developing a financial aid package that supports your education. With 90% of our undergraduate students receiving financial aid, we know how to combine scholarships, grants, and loans to make your degree affordable. Please visit the undergraduate tuition & financial aid page or the graduate tuition & fees page for more information.

Timeframe

Bachelor of Science in Nursing (B.S.)

Traditional undergraduate students earn their bachelor’s degree in nursing in four years. Learn More.

Second Degree Accelerated

Students follow an accelerated course of study to complete their bachelor’s degree in nursing in 20 months. In addition to two academic years, students in this program also engage in an intensive summer semester. Learn More.

RN-BS Degree Completion

Registered nurses enrolled in our degree completion program can obtain their bachelor’s degree in nursing in 15 months. Learn More.

Master of Science in Nursing

Our MSN students can choose to begin their graduate study in the fall or winter. Both timelines can be completed in 24 months. Learn More.

Doctor of Nursing Practice

Our doctoral students in the Family Nurse Practitioner (FNP) and Adult-Gerontology Acute Care Nurse Practitioner (AGANCP) tracks can earn their degree in as little as 36 months. The Health Systems Innovation and Leadership track can be completed in as little as 24 months. Students enrolled in the FNP or AGACNP certificate programs can obtain their credentials in 12-24 months, depending on their academic and clinical needs. Learn More.