About the Division of Nursing
The Division of Nursing provides an exciting educational experience for women and men interested in shaping the health care system of the new century. Nursing is a unique and valued human service, rich in scholarship, research, and political activism.
The Division of Nursing's undergraduate nursing program offers a BSN program option designed to prepare students to become beginning professional nurses, and a RN to BSN program option designed for diploma and associate degree RN's. Our MSN program positions graduates to assume leadership roles in nursing administration, nursing education, and as nurse practitioners. The Ph.D. program prepares students to be nurse scientists who, upon graduation, will assume leadership positions in research, education, and health care systems. The DNP Program prepares advanced practice nurses and administrators to become expert clinicians and nursing leaders to address information/technological shifts and growing disparities in health care.
Our programs aim to fulfill the University mission, in pursuit of continued spiritual, intellectual, physical and professional growth and development. Barry's thriving campus is culturally diverse and international in focus. Nursing students are encouraged to participate in campus life, make new friends, pursue new interests, and become an integral part of the University community.