You’ll take specialty classes in your chosen area of nursing and study health care policy, ethics, management and advanced practice nursing, biochemistry and pharmacology.
Your studies will end with a practicum, where you’ll get the chance to apply all of the theory you’ve learned in a clinic or other healthcare facility.
Management, executive and faculty roles will all be within your reach, including Nurse Practitioner and Nurse Anesthetist where you’ll be an integral part of the healthcare system.
- Magnet hospitals
- Doctor’s offices
- Nursing homes
How to get ahead
One of the best things about being a nurse? You’ll never stop learning. You’ll have opportunities to grow from the day you start your career.
- High DemandNurse PractitionerA Nurse Practitioner provides primary and specialty care, helping patients holistically through diagnostics, treatment and education.
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- Pain Management NurseA Pain Management Nurse takes care of patients who are experiencing or are debilitated by chronic pain.