Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN)
Traditional BSN - A four-year program for high school and transfer students that leads to a BSN degree.
Second Degree BSN - A one-year BSN program for the non-nurse who already has a baccalaureate degree.
BME/BSN Dual Degree - This five-year Bachelor of Science in Biomedical Engineering and Nursing dual degree that integrates clinical knowledge and patient care with engineering techniques in a single academic program.
Master of Science in Nursing (MSN)
Expand your knowledge of nursing practice and patient care. Get your online MSN and specialize your education.
Post-Master's Certificates (PMC)
Earn a post-master's certificate to build on your MSN degree with specialized skills in areas like gerontology, family, and forensic nursing. By earning an online certificate in nursing, you'll prepare for formal certification from professional organizations and advance your career opportunities.
Set yourself apart in a field with increasing demand for doctorates. At Duquesne, you can earn a clinical practice Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP) or Doctor of Nurse Anesthesia Practice (DNAP) degree, or a research-focused Doctor of Philosophy (PhD).
Graduate Application Exceptions
Due to higher education regulation policies, Duquesne University is unable to accept applications for admission to online programs and courses from students residing in:
- New York*
*Please note if you reside in Arizona, New York or Oregon, Duquesne University is able to accept applications for the PhD in Nursing and the PhD in Nursing Ethics programs.
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