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UNA College of Nursing
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If the BSN or MSN degree is your goal, UNA's College of Nursing has an option for you!
Entering freshmen and transfer students complete a four-year curriculum leading to the Bachelor of Science in Nursing. Upon satisfactory completion of the program, students are awarded the BSN degree, and are eligible to take the NCLEX exam for licensing as a registered nurse (R.N.).

For Registered Nurses who wish to attain the BSN degree, our "RN to BSN Online Program" allows RNs to attain their BSN degree entirely online. For BSN prepared nurses, the College of Nursing also offers an MSN degree program completely online. Both the BSN and the MSN online programs provide an online learning environment that is educationally rewarding and designed to meet the schedule of the working student.

Program and Departmental Goals
College of Nursing: Provide high quality, innovative educational nursing programs
  • Traditional: Offer a high quality traditional baccalaureate nursing degree program
  • Online: Offer high quality baccalaureate and masters nursing degree programs
College of Nursing: To build and maintain a student-centered nursing program

Traditional and Online: Graduate nurses who are prepared to practice nursing in global healthcare environments

College of Nursing: Provide a culturally diverse environment for students, faculty, and staff

Traditional and Online: Promote a culturally diverse learning environment designed to eliminate barriers to learning

College of Nursing: Develop partnerships with community agencies to expand healthcare to the community

Traditional and Online: Develop and nurture a strong relationship with community health facilities and health professionalsCollege of Nursing: Promote research and scholarly activities that advance nursing knowledge

Traditional and Online: Foster scholarly activities, research, teaching, service, and practice that advance the knowledge base of nursing.....
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