The College of Nursing offers two non-degree Certificate programs in conjunction with the College of Public Health:
The criteria for admission to these Graduate Certificate Programs include:
Application materials which must be submitted to the School of Graduate Studies include:
All applications will be evaluated by an admission committee. Letters of recommendation are waived for applicants of the Tennessee Workforce Development Consortium.
Questions? email Amy Bower ( email@example.com) in the Office of Student Services
The Post Master's graduate certificate is a degree level that is intermediate between the Master's degree and the doctorate. It is an option designed to provide individuals who already hold a Master of Science in Nursing degree or Master of Science in a field of nursing with the core courses and clinical experiences necessary for national exam eligibility. In your continuing education pursuit, the Post Master's certificate provides a systematic and unified way to achieve your goals.
Regents Online offers four Post Master's degree certificates:
As of Fall 2010, we will no longer be accepting new applications for the on-ground MSN Nursing practitioner or administration specialties. Applicants interested in these specialties should consider the online/blended Doctor of Nursing Practice degree. Click here for additional information.
Applicants interested in the Clinical Nurse Leader (CNL) speciality can still apply to the Master of Science in Nursing degree program. The CNL specialty will be offered as an online/blended program.
We offer the MSN Program through the Regents Online Campus Collaborative (ROCC) for the following concentrations: FNP, Nursing Administration, Nursing Education, and Nursing Informatics. CLICK HERE FOR INFORMATION ABOUT THIS EXCITING ONLINE PROGRAM.