University of South Florida College of Nursing
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The USF College of Nursing began in 1973 by enrolling its charter class into the Bachelor of Science in Nursing program. The College has grown steadily with the profession, adding a Master of Science in Nursing program in 1980, a Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) program in 1997, and a Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP) program in 2005.
The Bachelor Program has expanded beyond traditional students, to include an accelerated 2nd bachelor sequence and a new program where Registered Nurses may complete a bachelor's degree in patient and staff education, leadership and management, or clinical excellence.
In the Master’s Program, students may choose from concentrations in Nurse Anesthesia, Clinical Nurse Leader, Nurse Education, and six Nurse Practitioner sub-specialties. Graduate certificates are available in many of these concentrations as well.
The USF College of Nursing has two doctoral programs (traditional PhD and the Doctorate of Nursing Practice - DNP). A PhD Program that prepares nurse scientists who conduct research, scholarly and faculty activities at research intensive universities, and are leaders in the profession. USF has the first DNP program approved by the Florida Board of Governors, and it has grown to provide advanced practice residency opportunities in primary care as well as Signature Residencies in high demand clinical specialties such as: Brain/Spinal Cord Injury and Rehabilitation, Cardiology, Cognitive Impairment, Dermatology, Endocrinology and Metabolic Disease, Gerontology/Aging, Nurse Anesthesia, Oncology, Orthopedics, Polytrauma, and Psych/Mental Health.
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