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University of South Florida College of Nursing offers bachelors, masters and doctoral level nursing degree programs. University of South Florida College of Nursing recognizes the diverse needs of today's Nurses, Graduating students of University of South Florida College of Nursing are ready to become leaders in the fields of healthcare, education and medical research. Undergraduate nursing degrees include options for entering students as well as those looking to start a second career in Nursing. At the Masters level, students can choose from an expansive range of concentrations leading to the ARNP designation as well as those focused on education, anesthesia, and leadership. The PhD provides a research-based degree and the new DNP offers an advanced clinical practice degree.

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School Founded In: 1956
Nursing School Locations:
Nursing Degree Programs: BSN, CRNA, MSN, PHD, DNP, BS to PHD
Nursing Accredited By: Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education (CCNE)
Undergraduate Tuition 2006-2007: Not Available
Graduate Tuition 2006-2007: Not Available

Doctorate of Nursing Practice (DNP) prepares graduates for advanced independent practice, nursing education, and/or leadership in healthcare.

Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetist (CRNA) provides the solid clinical and academic foundation necessary to produce competent professional practitioners in the field of anesthesia.

Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) prepares scientists to advance nursing practice and education through research, scholarly activity, and teaching.

Summer 2007 Application Deadlines:
Upper Division and Accelerated: March 15
RN Programs: March 30
Master's Programs: April 6

Fall 2007 Application Deadlines:
RN Programs: July 20
Master's Programs: July 27

Admissions and Directions

College of Nursing
Main Number: 813-974-2191
Admissions Phone Number: 813-974-2191
Admissions Fax Number: Not Available
12901 Bruce B. Downs Boulevard, MDC Box 22, , FL 33612
Email Address:

Directions from the East:
Take I-4 to I-75 and head north. Exit at Fowler Avenue and head west to the university's main entrance.

Directions from the South:
Take I-275 north to the Fowler Avenue exit (#51) and head east or take I-75 north to the Fowler Avenue exit (#265) and head west.

Directions from the West:
Take either the Courtney Campbell Causeway or the Howard Franklin Bridge east to I-275, and follow the above directions to the university.

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