After four decades and tremendous program growth, Alvernia's nursing programs continue to respond to current and emerging workforce needs by providing highly skilled, highly educated, values-based practitioners and leaders, at all levels in the healthcare continuum.

 

More than 1,000 Alvernia nursing graduates have become front-line professionals who directly impact the health of citizens, administrators who improve clinical environments, nurse educators, technology integrators, and clinical researchers who use data to improve patient outcomes and nursing practices. 

 

Built upon a firm foundation of success, Alvernia is poised as a leader in nursing education and all programming continues to center on the University’s mission, guided by Franciscan values.

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Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN)
Graduates from our BSN program are eligible to apply for RN licensure and have enjoyed five years of above 90% first-time NCLEX pass rates.
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RN to BSN
Our RN to BSN Completion Program is designed for registered nurses and caters to graduates of diploma or associate degree nursing programs.
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Master of Science in Nursing
Our MSN program is designed for professional nurses who seek to advance their careers in nursing education, leadership and administration, or informatics.
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Doctor of Nursing Practice
Post Baccalaureate nurses can choose from two primary care nurse practitioner tracks of study: Adult Gerontology Nurse Practitioner (A-GNP) or Family Nurse Practitioner (FNP).
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