College of Nursing

Graduate Programs

Which Degree Is Right for You?

Explore our graduate offerings below to discover which path is right for you. Each program is designed for different types of students and have different time frames to completion.

What Are Your Next Steps?

Note: All information is for informational purposes. Please refer to the catalog for your intended term of entry. Visit the current online Graduate Catalog. See "Graduate Catalog Archives" to view earlier catalogs.



USF College of Nursing Graduate Programs List Masters

MSN

 
  • Degree Requirement - BSN or bachelor's degree in another field
  • Program Length -
    • Standard plan for full-time or part-time enrollment
    • Course sequence determined upon admission to the program

    *Fall 2020 application deadline has been extended until June 15, 2020. Please refer to NursingCAS for the most up-to-date required application materials.


USF College of Nursing Graduate Programs List DNP CRNA

Nurse Anesthesia Program

  • Degree Requirement - BSN
  • Program Length -
    • Full-time lockstep 9 semester program
    • Part-time (Not available)

USF College of Nursing Graduate Programs List DNP

DNP Program

 
  • Degree Requirement - BSN or MSN
  • Program Length -
    • Standard plan for full-time or part-time enrollment
    • Course sequence determined upon admission to the program

    *Fall 2020 application deadline has been extended until June 15, 2020. Please refer to NursingCAS for the most up-to-date required application materials.


Dr. Lakeshia Cousin and Dr. Allyson Duffy in the biobehavioral lab.

PhD Program

  • Degree Requirement - BSN or MSN
  • Program Length - 
    • Full-time (BSN to PhD) 4-5 years
    • Full-time (MSN to PhD) 3-4 years
    • Full-time (DNP to PhD) 2-3 years

Other Programs

Graduate Nursing Certificate Programs

Non-Degree Option

Non-degree seeking student enrollment is on a space-available basis and has been established for those individuals who, while not interested in earning a degree, would like to enroll in university courses.