Course Delivery

With our world-class online program you are never limited to just one learning method. You will learn through a combination of multimedia presentations, readings, discussion sessions, online assignments, and peer and professional support systems.

Online Learning
Distance learning is growing ever more popular due to its convenience and flexibility with regard to a student’s existing responsibilities. Imagine being able to achieve a lifelong goal while continuing your positive impact in your home community. You have no set log in times. Your courses are delivered directly to your computer. You determine the day and time for submitting weekly assignments. You decide how your courses best fit in with your home and work life. You learn on your schedule.

Offline Application
One of the greatest assets of online learning is the ability to immediately apply your knowledge in real world situations. Your faculty has developed practical assignments which are easily translated to your workplace and community. All of this is accomplished with the help of your preceptor.

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  • Cynthia G. Stafford said:

    I would like to know if you have a part time schedule for your CNS/Nurse Educator major or is the major only a full time study?

    • Administrator said:

      Hi Cynthia, thank you for your inquiry. This program requires a full-time coursework commitment by taking courses according to the prescribed course of study. During the CNS/NE program, you will be taking 3-4 courses per term. We do want to clarify that the program can be considered part-time in financial aid terms due to the number of credit hours taken per term. If you have any additional questions, please contact an Enrollment Advisor at 866-225-6764 or info@nursingonline.uc.edu.

  • Fallan said:

    Is the FNP completely online

    • Fallen, our distance learning program is completely online aside from the clinical component, which is done in your area.

  • patricia pendorf said:

    I don’t see a GRE requirement, is this necessary to be considered for enrollment?

    • Hello Patricia, we do not require a GRE for admission into our MSN programs.

  • Tia said:

    Can I sit for the NY State Boards after completing my MSN in Womens Health with this school?

    • Tia, you will be eligible to sit for the board exam after the completion of our program. However every state has mandates that students will have to adhere to. You will need to check with NY State Nursing Board to see if there are any restrictions in your state.

      • Liz said:

        Can the WHNP and nurse midwife be combined?

        • Hello Liz, Unfortunately, we do not offer a combined WHNP and midwifery program. For additional questions please call our office admissions at (866) 225-6764.

  • Jamie Bolden said:

    For the WHNP program, when is the decision made about admission?

    • Jamie, decisions typically take 8-12 weeks for the time your admission file is complete.

  • Terri said:

    Regardless of the NP track I choose, will I ever have to come to the actual campus for clinicals?

  • Kelli Frueh said:

    If you don’t require any campus visits for the MSN programs, how does testing work? Where do we do the skills labs?Do you find our preceptors for clinicals?

    • Hello, Kelly please call our office and your enrollment advisor will answer your very specific questions.

  • Michelle said:

    I work in a non-clinical office setting 9-5, Mon-Fri. Will it be possible to complete the course work and clinical requirements outside of those hours so that I can keep my fulltime job?

    • Hi Michelle, although the program is considered part-time, coursework is considered full-time. You will be spending anywhere from 25-30 hours on course work a week. Since we do offer an asynchronous program, it is more manageable for the working professional to handle the coursework and work full-time. Typically in the first year our students do work full-time and are able to manage the coursework. However, in the second year I recommend that our students have more flexibility in their work schedule to complete clinical hours. If you have any additional questions, please contact me at 866-225-6764. Thanks, Karisma

  • golda bailey said:

    Good evening,
    Are fall 2012 FNP enrollments still open? What is the maximum amount of students you accept in the FNP program?
    Thanks,Golda

    • Karisma said:

      Hi Golda! Unfortunately the fall term is currently full. We are not accepting applications for the Spring 2013 semester. We accept anywhere from 50-70 students in any given term. If you have any questions, please contact me at 866-225-6764.

  • Stacie Ford said:

    I’m intrested in the FNP program, how do the clinicals work? Do I have to find my own site and preceptor?

    • Hi Stacie, clincials are done in the second year of the program. It is the student’s responsibility to locate a clinical site and preceptor. The College of Nursing does have a Clinical Site Coordinator that will help you through the process along with your Program Manager. Please contact an Enrollment Advisor for more details at (866) 225-6764.

  • Laura Graham said:

    When do you anticipate your Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner Program to be ready for applications

    • Hi Laura, at this time there is no estimated term for this revision. Please contact an Enrollment Advisor at 866-225-6764 if you would like to receive updates regarding the status of the program. We will also update our website when updates are available.

  • Desiree said:

    I applied for the Adult Nurse Practitioner program and I am really interested in FNP. Can I change my program before I start in the spring or is there a certificate I can do later? I want to be able to care for peds.

    • Hi Desiree, thank you for your inquiry. You would need to re-apply for our Family Nurse Practitioner program. Please contact an Enrollment Advisor with additional questions at 866-225-6764.

  • Nene Ugochukwu said:

    I did not see the deadline to apply for the Adult Nurse Practitioner programs and the GPA requirements?

    • Hi Nene, please click here to view the academic calendar. You may also view the admissions requirements here. Please contact an Enrollment Advisor for more details at 866.225.6764.

  • Gracie said:

    For the FNP program where do the lab hours take place?

    • Hi Gracie, labs hours are done in your community. You never have to travel to campus because there are no residency requirements. Please contact an Enrollment Advisor for more program details at 866-225-6764.

  • Michelle said:

    I would like to apply for the FNP program, are you accepting applications at this time? I am interested in the online program but wondered upon completion if we are able to walk at graduation? Lastly, I graduated with my BSN 6 years ago, is there a timeframe in which credits expire or not accepted by UC?
    Thank you

    • Hi Michelle. We have three start dates per year: Fall, Spring, and Summer. Please click here to view the academic calendar. While no campus visits are required, our online students can visit at any time, and many do walk at graduation. A statistics course within the past 5 years is preferred. Please contact an Enrollment Advisor for additional details at 866-225-6764.

  • Janis said:

    Hi, I am an FNP with a DNP degree. I am currently fulltime faculty in a FNP program. I am interested in the midwifery program. Is there a post-masters certificate? I do not have any prior course work in nurse education. Would I be able to participate in the HRSA Nurse Faculty Loan Program?

    • Hi Janis, at this time we do not offer a Post-Master’s Certificate in Nurse-Midwifery. Please contact the Office of Student Affairs at (513) 558-3600 for more details regarding the HRSA Nurse Faculty Loan Program. If you have additional programmatic questions, please contact an Enrollment Advisor at 866-225-6764.

  • Leena said:

    what is the admission requirements for the WHNP program, ex: gre, gpa? thank you!

    • Hi Leena, please click here to view the program admission requirements. An Enrollment Advisor is available to walk you through the process. They can be reached at 866-225-6764.

  • Rose said:

    are you offering NP psych. if so what are your requirements. I have Masters Degree in nursing education. (duration, cost of program etc) thanks

    • Administrator said:

      Hi Rose, thank you for your inquiry. We currently offer an online Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioner Post-Master’s Certificate. Please click here for more details.

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