It’s all about patient care.
Nursing is a deeply rewarding profession.
Few others have the opportunity to impact people’s lives so profoundly
in their moment of need. And the opportunity to meet that need is
growing. The Bureau of Labor Statistics says the number of jobs for
registered nurses is expected to grow from 2.7 million today to 3.2
million by 2018. Patients—and employers—need more highly skilled nurses.
Which Nursing program is right for you?
Become a nurse by earning a master's degree.
If you’re not a nurse but have a bachelor’s degree in any field, you can become one in two years through our MENP program for non-nurses.
Our graduates consistently pass the nursing licensure exam at higher
rates than the national average. In addition to superb clinical
techniques, we’ll teach you the leadership, interpersonal and research
skills that will enable you to move up the career ladder.
Advance your career earning multiple degrees simultaneously.
DePaul’s RN to MS in Nursing degree
offers an innovative and interdisciplinary approach to nursing and
clinical care. Designed for registered nurses interested in completing a
master’s degree, graduates have access to immediate career mobility earning a:
- Bachelor of Science in Nursing from DePaul
- Master of Science in Nursing from DePaul
of Health Professions Education or Health Administration from Rosalind
Franklin University of Medicine and Science (RFUMS)
Earn the top clinical practice degree and the autonomy that comes with it.
The Doctor of Nursing Practice prepares
you to excel in advanced clinical practice. It empowers you to take a
leadership role in improving health care systems and delivery models in
addition to providing primary care and clinical management of patients.
In many specialties, especially nurse anesthesia, a doctoral degree will
soon be required. Choose from three tracks:
- Nurse Anesthesia, taught in conjunction with NorthShore University HealthSystem School of Nurse Anesthesia
- Adult-Gerontological Nurse Practitioner
- Family Nurse Practitioner