University of Tampa
401 W. Kennedy Blvd.
Tampa, Florida 33606
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Nursing Programs OfferedBSN Programs
Nursing Administration - Master's degree
Nursing Administration - Post-master's certificate
RN to BSN Programs
RN to BSN Program Details
The R.N. to BSN Completion program is designed to allow R.N. graduates of diploma and associate degree programs to complete the BSN degree and provides a foundation for graduate education.
BSN Program Details
The Four-Year BSN degree is designed for students without nursing college credit. High school graduates and transfer students first apply to the University by using the regular UT undergraduate admissions application. Students formally apply to the nursing department once all requirements have been met or nearly met.
Students need 125 credit hours (60 in general education courses and 65 in nursing courses) to graduate.
MSN Program Details
The Master of Science Nursing degree offers graduate-level study with adult and family nurse practitioner concentrations.
The adult and family nurse practitioner concentrations prepare the advanced practice nurse for roles as primary care providers. Opportunities in a variety of settings position the well-prepared nurse practitioner to enhance access to excellent health care for all.
Admission to the MSN Program is competitive. Students must have earned a bachelor's degree from a regionally accredited college or university with a cumulative GPA of 3.0 or higher in the last 60 hours of coursework.
RN to MSN Program Details
If you are an R.N. with an Associate degree, ultimately seeking a Master of Science in Nursing degree, the R.N. to BSN/MSN option expedites educational mobility and career enhancement by enabling the qualified R.N. to complete both BSN and MSN more rapidly than traditional programs. The program is designed for nurses who already have a foundation of professional experience. When required undergraduate courses are completed, students are awarded a BSN. Two undergraduate courses will be replaced by graduate level course work. NUR 601 may be waived, but the credit hours must be replaced.