Partnerships with Chicagoland’s Leading Hospitals
Students in all of our programs benefit from partnerships with hospitals, clinics, and other healthcare organizations throughout Chicagoland. You’ll have the opportunity to experience a wide range of patient care scenarios as you practice your skills and discover the many career options available in the nursing field.
Undergraduate Nursing Major
Earn a bachelor of science (BS) degree with a major in nursing, gaining valuable clinical experience and learning from expert practitioner faculty. You’ll graduate prepared to take the NCLEX-RN exam to become a registered nurse (RN) and begin a career in healthcare
Health Sciences Major
Earn a bachelor of science (BS) degree with a major in health sciences, preparing for a non-clinical career in the healthcare industry. Along with a foundation in life and health sciences, you’ll study the business and management topics you need to be a leader in the field.
RN-to-BSN Degree Completion
The best of both worlds of education: All courses are offered in a tech-enhanced, accelerated-blended format. You’ll still get a face-to-face learning community with the flexibility of taking nearly half of each course online.
Graduate Nursing Studies
Options for graduate-level study in nursing include:
- Master of science in nursing (MSN) degree program, which offers three specializations: leadership and management, family nurse practitioner (FNP), or adult-gerontology nurse practitioner (AGNP)
- Two post-master’s certificate options: FNP and AGNP
- Doctor of nursing practice (DNP) degree, offered primarily online.
School of Nursing and Health Sciences Viewbook
Take a quick look at some facts about the School of Nursing and Health Sciences.