School of Nursing Degrees


The school of Nursing offers Degrees in the following programs of study:

  • Nurse Educator Program
  • The Nurse Educator Program is a full-time, twenty-one month curriculum leading to a Master of Science in Nursing (MSN) degree. Classes generally meet one day per week. Clinical experiences are arranged in the learner’s geographic area by clinical faculty. (more)

  • Baccalaureate Nursing Program
  • The mission of the Grambling State University School of Nursing Baccalaureate Program is to prepare graduates to assume the roles of beginning practitioners of professional nursing. (more)

  • RN to BSN Flexible Option Program
  • Grambling State University School of Nursing is accredited by the National League for Nursing Accrediting Commission and approved by the Louisiana State Board of Nursing. The RN has the same course requirements as the generic students for the BSN degree. General education courses are sequenced for completion prior to the professional nursing component. After general education requirements are met, an RN can complete the program in two semesters.(more)

  • Family Nurse Practitioner Program
  • The Family Nurse Practitioner option is a twenty-one month (or five semester) course of study, requiring 49 graduate credit hours for a Master of Science in Nursing degree. Classes meet one day every week on campus for didactics and planned laboratory and computer lab experiences. (more)

  • Graduate Nursing Program
  • The mission of the graduate nursing program is to provide advanced knowledge, intellectual skills, and clinical competence for specialization in nursing-practice. (more)