Details for UW-Madison School of Nursing - Ad from 2021-05-02

LEADERS IN NURSING INNOVATION
The University of Wisconsin–Madison School of Nursing is the
leading research institution in Wisconsin, and is a crucial part of the
state’s health care system. There are multiple degree options for those
who want to begin or advance their career in health care, and our
academic programs help shape the future of health and health care in
Wisconsin and worldwide – making discoveries, enhancing systems,
and improving health through research, education, and practice.

DOCTOR OF NURSING
PRACTICE (DNP)
Become an expert in specialized nursing practice and
discover new possibilities with a DNP from UW–Madison.
Our DNP programs develop innovative nursing experts
who specialize in advanced practice. Focus on a population
of your choice, and develop the practice expertise and
leadership skills to expand your job prospects. Seven
specialty tracks prepare students for careers as clinical
nurse specialists, nurse practitioners, leaders in public
health, and nurse managers.
nursing.wisc.edu/dnp

DOCTOR OF PHILOSOPHY
(PHD)
The UW–Madison School of Nursing is a special place
to pursue a PhD degree - small enough to establish
long-lasting, collegial relationships and receive
individualized mentorship by nationally renowned
faculty, yet large enough to offer a vast array of
courses and the resources of a world-class research
institution. The PhD degree is intended for aspiring
researchers with a BS or MS. Our program provides
nurses with the foundation to become leaders in
research that advances the scientific basis of nursing
and contributes to the health of the public.
nursing.wisc.edu/phd

BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN
NURSING (BSN)
For nearly a century, the UW–Madison School of
Nursing has educated and inspired the most innovative
professionals in the field of nursing. Our students learn the
concepts and skills necessary to thrive in an evolving field
and apply them through hands-on clinical experiences.
We prepare students for successful and rewarding careers
across all clinical and community practice settings. The
School offers three bachelor’s degree programs: the twoyear Traditional BSN program, the one-year Accelerated
BSN program, and an online RN to BSN program
designed for working nursing professionals (BSN@Home).
nursing.wisc.edu/undergraduate

FO R MO RE I NF OR M ATI ON, V I S I T:
nursing.wisc.edu

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