NYU School of Nursing

The New York University College of Nursing also known as NYU School of Nursing has long legacy in nursing education excellence, where Education in Health and Education in Accident Prevention and Physical Education Department courses were offered initially. The turning point was 1947, when the he Department of Nursing was established and today NYU School of Nursing provide both undergraduate and graduate curriculum that also include the arts and humanities, the basic social sciences together with nursing and the clinical hands-on experiences.

 

 

The achievement of The New York University College of Nursing can be ascertained from the following given facts:

The National Institute of Health research funding to the college is ranked 11th

The National Research Council has ranked the doctoral program of the college as 7th. .

NYU College of Nursing’s graduate Nurse Practitioner program in Geriatrics was listed #1 throughout the nation by US News and World Report.

The New York University College of Nursing is also committed to provide a strong infrastructure that can develop and support faculty research and a collaborative research environment. In order to meet this research goal the Muriel and Virginia Pless Center for Nursing Research was established in 1995

The New York University College has also established a global network university in different countries, where the students from NYU gets opportunities for studies in New York, Abu Dhabi, Shanghai, and 10 additional international study sites.

Different Nursing programs offered by the school of nursing comprises of graduate and undergraduate programs:

Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN)

Master of Science in Nursing (MSN)

Post-Master’s Advanced Certificate Programs

Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP)

PhD

Non-Matriculated (Non-Degree) Status

Center for Continuing Education in Nursing (CCEN) of The New York University College aims to provide Continuing Education in Nursing that can increase the qualities of practicing nurses for competent and quality health cares.

Contact:

NYU College of Nursing

726 Broadway, 10th floor,

New York, NY 10003

Phone: 212-998-5300

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