Each of our nursing programs has a unique pathway to enrollment. Below you will learn more about each of these pathways, including information about education and experience requirements.
Please review the detailed information provided for each of the nursing programs, including admission and curriculum information.
- Prior bachelor's degree (in any discipline) required and all prerequisite classes completed.
- Students will complete a 15-month program and graduate with a BS in nursing, preparing them to enter the workforce as RNs.
- Prior bachelor’s degree required, but science prerequisite classes have not been completed.
- Students will complete all of their science prerequisites during their first and/or second semesters at NYU before entering the accelerated 15-month program.
- Students will graduate with a bachelor’s degree in nursing and enter the workforce as an RN.
- No bachelor’s degree required, but applicants must have taken 32 or more college credits.
- Transcripts will be evaluated once admitted. Any liberal arts and science prerequisites still needed will be taken in the first semester, followed by nursing sequence coursework.
- For recent high school graduates who have earned fewer than 32 college credits.
- Students will enter our traditional four-year program, in which they complete required liberal arts and science classes in the first two years and begin nursing coursework their junior year.
- Traditional students will graduate with a BS in nursing and be prepared to enter the workforce as an RN.
- Associate's degree in nursing AND an RN license required.
- For students who have already obtained their RN license but would like to earn a bachelor’s degree in nursing.
- Transcripts will be evaluated once admitted. Any liberal arts and science prerequisites still needed will be taken in the first semester, followed by the nursing sequence coursework.
- A maximum of 72 credits can be transferred.
Please review the detailed information provided for each of the nursing programs, including admission information and curriculum.
Our master's programs are designed for nurses seeking advanced roles in clinical practice (nurse practitioners and nurse midwives), nursing administration, education, and informatics while providing the necessary foundation for doctoral study.
If you already have a master's degree and would like to refine your practice to a specific patient population, an advanced certificate program at NYU Meyers is a terrific way to gain and demonstrate that knowledge.
The Florence S. Downs PhD Program in Nursing Research & Theory Development prepares nurses and midwives to design and conduct research that seeks to enhance individual and community health, improve health equity, and strengthen health systems. Graduates are prepared to lead research studies and collaborate on interprofessional research teams.
Students who complete the Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP) program at NYU Meyers are prepared at the highest academic level for advanced clinical practice. A DNP degree enables clinical scholars to function as organizational systems thinkers and leaders in practice innovation, quality, and safety.
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