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.
Coordinate care of acutely and critically ill individuals from adolescence to senescence.
Care for individuals across the lifespan with common acute and chronic conditions.
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 Professor Receives Marcé Medal for Perinatal Mental Health Research
Cheryl Beck is just the fifth American and second nurse researcher to win the award from the International Marcé Society for Perinatal Mental Health. READ MORE
Gender and Identity: Forging New Paths
UConn nursing graduate Christine Rodriguez, a practicing doctoral-prepared family nurse practitioner, has established a training course to help health care providers understand and create a welcoming health care environment for transgender and gender nonconforming patients. READ MORE
Job Security, Finances Strongly Related to Increased Anxiety During Pandemic, Researchers Find
Even for those who have held onto jobs during the pandemic, anxiety related to jobs and finances has spiked, according to UConn School of Nursing researchers. READ MORE
School of Nursing Professor Named Holistic Nurse of the Year
Colleen Delaney, an associate research professor, has been recognized by the American Holistic Nurses Association for her contributions “to outstanding innovations or changes in the field.” READ MORE