Academic Programs

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About Our Programs

The University at Buffalo School of Nursing has a proud tradition of providing high-quality education and developing disciplinary knowledge for over 85 years in a dynamic university setting. With a total enrollment of approximately 530 students, we are a small school with the resources of a large research-intensive university. Offering programs that culminate in baccalaureate and doctoral degrees and advanced certificates, the School of Nursing is nationally accredited by the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education (CCNE). Our Nurse Anesthetist Program is accredited by the Council on Accreditation of Nurse Anesthetist Programs (COA)

  • Undergraduate Programs
    The University at Buffalo School of Nursing baccalaureate programs are accredited by the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education (CCNE). Our highly competitive programs are designed to prepare students for the expanding role of professional nurses and the challenging work environments of contemporary nurses. 
  • Graduate Programs
    The University at Buffalo School of Nursing graduate programs prepare qualified nurses for advanced nursing practice roles in several clinical specialty areas and for roles as leaders and research scholars.
  • Advanced Certificates
    UB School of Nursing's advanced certificate programs are intended for individuals who who wish to further expand their skills and/or scope of practice.
  • Simulation
    Experience real nursing issues before interacting with real patients.
  • Micro-Credentials and Badges
    A micro-credential is a small program that allows you to gain relevant skills that are needed in today’s workforce. In as little as one semester, and at no additional tuition cost, participants earn digital badges that showcase these achievements and new skills.
  • Why Choose UB Nursing?
    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.

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