UConn Online Nursing Programs
UConn's School of Nursing graduate program prepares exceptional, skilled, visionary nurse leaders who synthesize best evidence and translate it into practice to advance health locally and globally.
Acute Care - MS
Coordinate care of acutely and critically ill individuals from adolescence to senescence.
Primary Care - MS
Care for individuals across the lifespan with common acute and chronic conditions.
Practitioner - MS
FNPs provide comprehensive patient-focused primary care to individuals across the lifespan.
Helping medical professionals, and others bring innovation and entrepreneurship to healthcare.
Health Professions Education
Are you involved in educating students, residents, or colleagues?
MS to Doctor of Nursing Practice
A practice-focused degree for NPs, specialists, midwives, anesthetists & administrators within the FNP, AGACNP, AGPCNP, Neonatal NP & Nurse Leader concentrations.
Doctor of Philosophy
in Nursing (PhD)
A Nursing PhD program supporting nursing leaders who advance the field, their careers, and make key clinical contributions for a healthier world.
Endorsed by The American Holistic Nurses Credentialing Corporation
UConn Ranked #1 of Neonatal Online Master's Nurse Practitioner Programs
Nursing Education During COVID-19: How Virtual Classes and Technology Expand Opportunities for Students
What started as a way to make sure students gained enough hours of experience to graduate quickly became an exploration of how technology could advance the nursing curriculum. READ MORE
UConn Magazine: Diversity and Inclusion in Genetics
In response to the current social climate, Judy Brown, a faculty member of the Institute for System Genomics and the School of Nursing, decided to offer a special-topics class this year — ISG 5095: Diversity and Inclusion in Genetics. READ MORE
Summer Undergraduate Researcher Isabella Sanchez ’22 (NURS)
Thanks to a Summer Undergraduate Research Fund (SURF) award from UConn’s Office of Undergraduate Research, Sanchez is conducting research investigating the anti-arthritic effects of cannabidiol with faculty mentor Steven Kinsey, a professor in the School of Nursing. READ MORE
Padlocks, Riddles, and Medication Safety: An Innovative Teaching Tool for UConn Nurses
Escape rooms are an emerging component of simulation education, because they help students to engage critical thinking skills while working together as a team. READ MORE