University of Iowa College of Nursing

For over 100 years, graduates from the University of Iowa College of Nursing have held distinguished careers as nurse executives, educators, practitioners and scholars. The College of Nursing at the University of Iowa is recognized throughout the U.S. for its innovations in leadership, advanced, hands-on education, and experienced faculty. Several of the nursing programs rank among the best in the nation. Anesthesia, Administration, Gerontology, Pediatric Nurse Practitioner, and the Masters of Science in Nursing programs consistently rank among the top fifteen programs in the U.S. The College of Nursing at UI is considered among the elite of nursing schools.

The University of Iowa College of Nursing supports an exceptional research program. It's vast resources, including its ability to collaborate with the University of Iowa Hospitals and Clinics, and a partnership with the Institute for Clinical and Transnational Sciences, Veterans Health Administration, and Iowa Department of Public Health give the school an edge over other research programs. Each year the program receives millions in research funding from outside organizations not least of which is the National Institute for Health (NIH). Its programs funding that allows them to turn ideas into innovations.

The college of nursing offers an array of undergraduate and graduate degree programs. Nursing programs include the following:

  • Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN)
  • RN-BSN
  • MSN:CNL (Clinical Nurse Leader)
  • Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP)
  • Doctor of Philosophy (PhD)

Students seeking financial aid have several options. Eligibility for financial aid are based on need, field of study, and academic merit. Sources include Federal (U.S. Department of Education), state, institutional (through University of Iowa), and private (through private organizations. Types of aid include scholarships, grants, student loans and work-study programs.

The colleges is acccredited by Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education (CCNE) and recognized by the U.S. Secretary of Education. CCNE ensures the undergraduate, graduate and residency nursing programs meet the highet quality standards.

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