Ph.D. in Nursing Education
The primary mission of the UNC PhD in Nursing Education is to prepare nurse educators. The doctoral program prepares nurses to contribute to developing leadership in nursing education, the scholarship of teaching, and research in the discipline. Education at the doctoral level builds upon and extends content acquired at the baccalaureate and masters’ levels to emphasize theory development, learning strategies and research skills. The program is committed to increasing the number of doctorally prepared nurse educators. Graduates of the PhD program would be qualified to fill nursing faculty positions in educational institutions and health care agencies.
Learn More – UNC Extended Campus
This UNC School of Nursing program is brought to students mostly online through UNC Extended Campus. Visit their website for additional details about tuition, delivery methods, course descriptions and eligibility requirements.
- Graduate Catalog
- Program Philosophy
- PhD Student Handbook (pdf)
- Registration for admitted students
- Residency Requirements
- Financial Information
**IMPORTANT: Recent changes in federal regulations relating to our ability to deliver online education have uncovered onerous application and fee requirements from several states. As a result, at this time, the University of Northern Colorado is unable to accept applications for online courses or programs from students located in the following states: Arkansas, Kentucky, Minnesota, North Carolina, Maryland, Ohio and Tennessee.
School of Nursing
Campus Box 125, Gunter Hall
University of Northern Colorado
Greeley, CO 80639