The UMHB Graduate School offers nursing professionals the opportunity to earn an MSN degree from the teachings of the dedicated faculty serving at the UMHB Scott and White College of Nursing. As a graduate student you will be able to develop your skills further in one of the following three tracks of study: Nurse Educator, Clinical Nurse Leader, or Family Nurse Practitioner.
In this cohort format program the classes remain small to allow collaborative learning in a variety of educational and clinical settings. This hybrid program provides on campus classroom learning one Friday and Saturday a month, and the remainder of the coursework is completed online. The Scott and White College of Nursing is in the Isabelle Rutherford Meyer Nursing Education Center, which provides state of the art settings for expanding your skill set as a nurse and within your specialized field of study.
The UMHB Graduate School also offers a Doctor of Nursing Practice (D.N.P.) degree, as well as a Doctor of Education (Ed.D.) with a Leadership in Nursing Education track. Please visit the Doctor of Nursing Practice website or Doctor of Education website to learn more about these programs.