UCLA School of Nursing
The School offers five programs: Bachelor of Science – a prelicensure program for undergraduate study; Master's Entry Clinical Nurse – for individuals with a baccalaureate degree in another discipline who are interested in a career in nursing; Advanced Practice – for nurses with a bachelor's degree in nursing; PhD – for individuals who wish to pursue a research trajectory and Doctor of Nursing Practice.
Education will be provided in both classroom and clinical settings. The curriculum is rigorous and students will leave with the knowledge, skills and abilities to respond to the healthcare needs of a diverse population, in whatever setting you decide to practice.
- Undergraduate Degrees
- Graduate Degrees
About UCLA School of Nursing
The healthcare field is changing rapidly, each year bringing important advances in research, education, technology, treatments and practice that challenge nurses to provide the best care possible for all patients.
At the UCLA School of Nursing, we ensure that our students keep pace with the changes and challenges by fostering an atmosphere of learning that has earned us a national and international reputation for excellence in teaching, research and clinical practice.