Offering the atmosphere of a small school located within an intensive research university with rich resources, the UB School of Nursing has a variety of clinical, teaching, administrative and research opportunities.
New roles in nursing emerge regularly in response to the changing health care needs of the population, research innovations and health care delivery systems.
The current shortage of well-qualified nursing professionals -- especially those seeking advanced education for practice and research -- ensures a wide variety of career opportunities.
Our competitive and rigorous programs emphasize the acquisition of clinical nursing expertise for beginning nurses and advanced skills in practice and research for experienced registered nurses.
Students are taught to think creatively, analyze health behaviors and problems, and treat patients’ responses to health and illness.
UB's School of Nursing programs include a superb faculty who demonstrate expertise in practice, research and education.
Interaction with faculty occurs in one-on-one mentoring, small
group classes, conferences and electronic media, along with
traditional classroom settings. Affiliations with numerous diverse
healthcare facilities and clinical practices provides a broad range
of opportunities for our students.