The School of Nursing offers career-oriented, pre-licensure and graduate nursing education that prepares nurses as population health experts in acute care and settings. In all of our innovative programs, students obtain a breadth of complex healthcare knowledge, clinical reasoning skills, and technological expertise that enable them to deliver high-quality population-oriented healthcare from prevention to end of life. Graduate and doctoral students in practice and research work closely with individual faculty to gain in-depth clinical specialty knowledge or research expertise in several specialty areas including aging, mental health, community engagement and health disparities, and symptom and data science.

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Traditional BSN

Accelerated BSN

RN to BSN

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Master Of Science In Nursing (MSN)

Master In Nursing Health System Leadership (MSN HSL)

Doctor Of Nursing Practice (DNP)

PhD In Nursing Science

Post-Master’s Nurse Practitioner

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OUR RESEARCH

 

Interdisciplinary research in the School of Nursing focuses on aging, symptom science and healthcare innovations including technology and big data analysis. External funding from NIH and other R01-level funded grants put our faculty on the forefront of the science behind healthcare’s toughest challenges.

 

SIMULATION

 

The UD Center for Simulation Innovation, Interdisciplinary Education, and Entrepreneurship is a cornerstone of the School of Nursing experience. Innovative programs and state-of-the-art facilities enrich the learning environment for our students, giving them a deeper understanding of patient care. 

 

CLINICAL CARE

 

UD Health’s Nurse Managed Primary Care Center provides a wide range of healthcare services for adults, and gives students the opportunity to put classroom theory into practice.

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  • UD alumna (Class of 1998) Kristen Thorogood Bomboy was recognized by the American Psychiatric Nurses Association as a psychiatric-mental health nurses who excels in and expands upon the profession.

    UD nursing alumna receives prestigious APNA award

    December 05, 2022 | Written by Amy Cherry
    UD alumna (Class of 1998) Kristen Thorogood Bomboy was recognized by the American Psychiatric Nurses Association as a psychiatric-mental health nurses who excels in and expands upon the profession.
  • November College of Health Sciences For the Record

    December 01, 2022 | Written by CHS Staff
    College of Health Sciences community reports appointments, exhibitions, publications, and honors for November
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    November 07, 2022 | Written by Colin Heffinger
    Hayes Symposium sparks discussion to strengthen suicide prevention strategies.