University of Toledo
2801 W. Bancroft
Toledo, Ohio 43606
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Nursing Programs OfferedADN Programs
DNP Programs (Doctor of Nursing Practice)
RN to BSN Programs
RN to BSN Program Details
Baccalaureate nursing graduates provide theory-based nursing care to healthy and ill individuals, families, aggregates and communities in diverse healthcare settings including hospitals, clinics, nursing homes, schools and outpatient facilities. Graduates are prepared for advanced study at the master’s degree level.
The consortium of The University of Toledo (UT) and Bowling Green State University (BGSU) provides an innovative and unique baccalaureate nursing program. This is an opportunity to experience the excitement of college life coupled with the challenge of a stimulating health science center and clinical settings. Students choose the university (UT or BGSU) that best meets their needs. Students take general education, liberal arts and science courses at those universities and then attend The University of Toledo Health Science Campus online as senior students. The Bachelor of Science degree in Nursing is awarded by the respective university.
By taking advantage of the outstanding advising services and academic and clinical learning opportunities available, graduates benefit from increased professional autonomy and career mobility, new levels of competence and confidence and thorough preparation to meet the demands of an ever-changing healthcare system.
The Undergraduate Nursing Program has two tracks leading to a Bachelor of Science in Nursing degree. The Basic track is for students entering the nursing profession. The RN-BSN track is for students who are associate degree or diploma graduates and who are already licensed as Registered Nurses.
BSN Program Details
Nursing is a challenging career that incorporates theory, complex technology and caring. Baccalaureate nursing graduates provide research/theory based nursing care to healthy and ill individuals, families and communities in a variety of health care settings including clinics, hospitals, nursing homes, schools and outpatient facilities. As a consortium nursing program, The University of Toledo (UT) and Bowling Green State University (BGSU) make the Baccalaureate Nursing Program innovative and unique.
MSN Program Details
-Adult Nurse Practitioner/Clinical Nurse Specialist (ANP/CNS)
-Family Nurse Practitioner (FNP)
-Graduate-Entry Clinical Nurse Leader (CNL)
-Pediatric Nurse Practitioner (PNP)
-Psychiatric-Mental Health Clinical Nurse Specialist (PMH-CNS)
-BSN to Clinical Nurse Leader
Doctor of Nursing Practice Program Details
Established in 2007, the Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP) program at The University of Toledo in collaboration with Wright State University is designed to take current nationally certified advanced practice nurses and nurse administrators (nurse executives) to the highest level of clinical practice in order to meet the increasing complexities and challenges of the nation's healthcare environment. We currently accept only applicants who are nationally certified in their areas of specialization.
Asa DNP student at The University of Toledo you will learn how to:
-translate and implement nursing research into evidence based practice to provide the best possible outcomes for your population of interest.
-develop the leadership and organizational expertise to effectively enact the policies and procedures necessary to meet the dynamic state of healthcare delivery.
-identify approaches for quality management and performance improvements in health care organizations.
The online, part-time DNP curriculum includes theoretical and clinical courses to prepare students to lead and develop innovative health care delivery in a variety of health care settings. In accordance with AACN specifications for 1000 academically supervised post-BSN clinical hours to earn a DNP degree, 520 hours of academically supervised advanced clinical practice are included in the program. Students are expected to have earned and documented a minimum of 480 supervised clinical hours in their master's program.