Online Nursing Degrees

Elevate Quality of Care in Your Community

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Discover New Possibilities for Your Nursing Career

At Florida A&M University (FAMU), we believe nothing should stand in the way of your goals. With our online bachelor’s and master’s programs, you’ll get the flexibility and support to take the next step of your career. We developed our coursework to offer an accelerated path to advanced nursing positions, but in an online format that lets you continue working while seeking your degree.

Our excellence in nursing education is well-established, as we offer America’s oldest continuing baccalaureate nursing program available from a historically Black university. What’s more, we support the advancement of nursing professionals at varying skill levels and professional interests. Our programs include the Fast Track RN-BSN and Master of Science in Nursing (MSN) degree with nurse practitioner specializations in Women’s Health and Adult Gerontology.

Find Your Path to Nurse Leadership

Our bachelor’s and master’s nursing programs provide skills for nurse leadership, advanced practice registered nurse, and nurse practitioner roles.

30 Credits; 10 Courses; As Little as 1 Year (Full Time)

Attain your bachelor’s degree online to increase your ability to provide effective, culturally sensitive care. The curriculum helps you stand out as a nurse leader with knowledge of population health, quality improvement strategies, and more.

42 Credits; 15 Courses; As Little as 1.5 Years (Full Time)

Specialize in providing patient-centered primary care for adults of every age. You will learn about clinical management, health promotion, and disease prevention for all adult patient populations.

42 Credits; 15 Courses; As Little as 1.5 Years (Full Time)

Focus on promoting the best health for women throughout your community. The coursework explores advanced women’s health theory and practice, along with studies that focus on caring for adult populations.

Learn From Community-Minded Nurse Leaders

At FAMU, you’ll engage with experienced nursing faculty who understand the complexities of today’s healthcare field and its impact on communities of color. Become a skilled nurse leader with an expanded capacity to care and address the needs of today’s patients by continuing your education at a university that ranks among the Top 10 Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCU).2

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Online Courses That Balance Convenience and Quality

We know first-hand how demanding nursing roles can be. That’s why we bring our courses to you. Complete our bachelor’s and master’s nursing programs online and benefit from the same academic quality and esteemed faculty found on campus. You can take classes part time or join us full time to take the fast track to nursing leadership. Plus, you’ll complete the practicum requirements last, which allows you to apply everything you learned in class as you begin engaging patients.

A Curriculum That Focuses on Success

Our online nursing degrees prepare you to take the next leap in your career. With the Fast Track RN-BSN program, registered nurses learn to bring patient-centered care to their communities. And experienced nurses can pursue the MSN online to develop as compassionate practitioners versed in evidence-based care. The MSN also builds on the online coursework with a brief in-person lab and gets students ready for their advanced professional licensure exams.

Reach Your Career Potential

Advancing your nursing education and career go hand in hand. If you’re a registered nurse, our RN-BSN program can help you pursue rewarding leadership roles where you can elevate the care you provide and your earning potential. From there, BSN graduates can pursue their MSN to prepare for nurse practitioner roles with an annual median salary of $111,680.5 Moreover, hiring for nurse practitioners will grow 52 percent from 2020 to 2030.6 With our specializations in Women’s Health and Adult Gerontology, you can stand out to employers even more.

  1. Pharmaceutical Nurse
  2. Informatics Nurse
  3. Travel Nurse
  4. Legal Nurse Consultant
  5. Perioperative (Operating Room) Nurse
  1. Adult Nurse Practitioner
  2. Adult-Gerontology Primary Care Nurse Practitioner
  3. Adult-Gerontology Acute Care Nurse Practitioner
  4. Women’s Health Nurse Practitioner
  5. Gerontology Nurse Practitioner

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