B.S. Nursing - Traditional Degree Program

 

The University of Northern Colorado School of Nursing provides a bachelor's degree program that prepares graduates for professional nursing practice and provides the foundation for graduate study in nursing.

The traditional degree program is designed to be completed in approximately four (4) years including one required summer of study. It typically includes two (2) years of prerequisite coursework as a pre-nursing student (including Liberal Arts Core (LAC) courses and required nursing prerequisite courses). The last two (2) years is comprised of the nursing courses and clinicals taken as a nursing major.

Pre-Nursing Studies Requirements

The Clinical Nursing Program

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Prospective Students

Prospective High School Student Information
Prospective Transfer Student Information

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Other Helpful Links

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Program Coordinator:

Audrey Bopp, MSN, RN, CNS, CNE
Interim Assistant Director Undergraduate Programs
Office: Gunter Hall, Rm 3190
Phone: 970-351-2301
Fax: 970-351-1707
Email: audrey.bopp@unco.edu

 

Pre-Nursing Program Advisor:

Liz Osborn, MA
Undergraduate Advisor
Office: Gunter Hall, Rm 3080
Phone: 970-351-2293
Fax: 970-351-1707
Email: elizabeth.osborn@unco.edu

 

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