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.
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.
Primary Care - MS & DNP
The AGPCNP Track is Not Currently Accepting Applications
Endorsed by The American Holistic Nurses Credentialing Corporation
UConn Ranked #1 of Neonatal Online Master's Nurse Practitioner Programs
State regulations prohibit UConn from accepting online graduate advance practice nursing students from Colorado and Georgia at this time.
Note: As a member of the State Authorization Reciprocity Agreement (SARA) the University of Connecticut is required to provide an opportunity to voice concerns or lodge complaints. To learn more, please visit the University of Connecticut’s State Authorization page.
School of Nursing Graduates 107 Bachelor of Science Students, Honors 91 Master’s and Doctoral Candidates
For the first time since 2019, UConn School of Nursing held its May commencement ceremony at the Jorgensen Center for the Performing Arts. READ MORE
Husband and Wife Nurses to Walk the School of Nursing Commencement Stage Together
Jill Alsgaard '20 MS and Trung Le '13 (NUR) met while working at UConn Health and are both graduating from the School's master's program. READ MORE
Nursing Students Awarded Prestigious F31 Grants from the National Institutes of Health
Tingting Zhao and Bright Eze are researching the neurobehavioral impacts of pain in infants and chronic pain burdens for Black individuals. READ MORE
Nurse Researcher Receives $15,000 Grant from UConn InCHIP to Investigate Inherited Stress in Black Mothers and Preterm Infants
The two-year award will allow Sharon Casavant to examine perceived discrimination, neighborhood vulnerability, and stress among 35 mother-infant pairs. READ MORE