Congratulations Class of 2023
The UCLA School of Nursing Commencement ceremony will take place on Saturday, June 17 at 8:30 a.m. inside UCLA's historic Royce Hall.Ceremony Details
Academy President to Deliver Commencement Keynote
Dr. Kenneth White, President of American Academy of Nursing, will deliver the keynote address at the UCLA School of Nursing 2023 Commencement ceremony.Read More
Celebrating what it means to be a Bruin Nurse
The UCLA School of Nursing has a long-standing tradition of excellence. As we continue to grow, thrive and produce world-class nurses, we wanted to showcase our success through the eyes of our community.Donate Today
Expanding pathways to the professoriate
The UCLA School of Nursing has been selected as a recipient of the UC Hispanic Serving Institutions Doctoral Diversity Initiative. This prestigious program is designed to attract underrepresented minorities to doctoral programs with the long-term goal...Learn More
Explore Our Programs
Bachelor of Science
The four-year undergraduate program prepares students to enter the nursing field – after passing the Registered Nurse licensing exam – or pursue graduate studies.
Master's Entry Clinical Nurse
The two-year Master of Science in Nursing program prepares those with undergraduate degrees in other subjects for a career as a Registered Nurse, Clinical Nurse Leader or Public Health Nurse.
Advanced Practice Reg. Nurse
The two-year Master of Science in Nursing program prepares registered nurses with a bachelor’s degree in nursing to specialize in Adult/Gerontology, Family, or Pediatric nursing.
Doctor of Philosophy
The four-year, research-focused program prepares graduate level nurses to develop new knowledge through scientific research, educate future nurses, and improve healthcare delivery and policy.
Doctor of Nursing Practice
The two-year, practice-focused hybrid program prepares working professional nurses for careers in nursing leadership and administration. DNPs use evidence-based practice to improve health outcomes on a systems level.
Psych. Mental Health Nurse Practitioner
The predominantly remote, one-year certification program trains nurses to provide mental health care, alleviating the hardships caused by a statewide shortage of psychiatrists.
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