BECOME A LEADER IN NURSING
It’s a great time to pursue an advanced degree in nursing and find your niche in the world of health care. Medical breakthroughs and continuing health education efforts have allowed a growing population to live longer, and as a result the demand for quality nurses and advanced medical care professionals is growing.
Nursing has become one of the fastest-growing career fields in the country, and the opportunities for specialization within the industry are expanding. From hospital emergency rooms to private practice, managed-care facilities, classrooms, and beyond, nurses are performing an increasingly important role in the diverse health care world.
Nurses are the cornerstones of the health care industry, providing the direct and personal patient interaction that is so vital. An advanced degree in nursing allows nursing professionals to advance their career opportunities while improving their ability to help those in need.
Through the UC Master of Science in Nursing program, you can gain the skills you’ll need to be an Advanced Practice Nurse.
Don’t see the program you’re looking for? In addition to our innovative distance learning programs, we offer a variety of on campus programs from BSN to PhD, ensuring a pathway for your success. Explore these programs at UC’s College of Nursing.
Nurses who aspire to leadership or executive positions are finding that this degree can give them the edge in a competitive marketplace. Learn More >
Nurse Midwives are women’s health experts. They advise women throughout pregnancy, and can also care and provide treatment for women throughout their life span.Learn More >
Women’s health nurse practitioners provide treatment and diagnosis for common ailments as well as health problems that are specific to females.Learn More >
This program is on hold due to changing certifications with the American Nurses Credentialing Center.Learn More >
An advance practice nurse specializing in the treatment and diagnoses of patients who are over the age of 12. An Adult-Gero Primary Care Nurse Practitioner is a registered nurse who has completed an advanced nursing education including training in the diagnosis and management of common and complex medical conditions in patients over the age of 13. Nurse practitioners provide a broad range of health care services, and have varying levels of autonomy. In some states, nurse practitioners may often function independently of physician involvement.
Nurse practitioners take a great amount of pride in their medical services to the community. They are usually directly involved in diagnosis and treatment procedures, and play an integral part of patient care and recovery. The ability to specialize their career focus and make high-level medical decisions, often leads to a high level of personal and professional satisfaction.Learn More >
Expert clinicians and educators in a specific area of specialization, such as adult health, gerontology, or critical care. Learn More >
A Master of Nursing is your path to professional leadership. Our graduates are empowered to become true leaders for their company, their community, and the field of nursing.
Learn More >