The Grambling State University School of Nursing is growing the best in healthcare providers through cutting edge education. From our prenursing program and new Bachelor of Science in Nursing to graduate education and research, our students, faculty, and alumni are helping shape one of America’s most important health professions.
Get the core training you need to succeed on your path to becoming a nurse. Through 60 credit hours of study and access to some of Louisiana’s premier working professionals. Our two-year curriculum focuses on preparing both full- and part-time nursing students with the foundational knowledge and skill to succeed in the classroom, at testing, and at work.
Through 120 credit hours of study and access to some of Louisiana’s premier working professionals, get the information you need to succeed on your path.
Take your career to the next level. In as little as three semesters, GSU’s Bachelor of Science in Nursing, RN-BSN offering can position you for long-term career success. For those meeting the requirements, with only 30 credit hours Registered Nurses can reach the education milestone that unlocks their next opportunity
The mission of the Graduate Nursing Program is to provide advanced knowledge, intellectual skills, and clinical competencies for specialization in nursing practice.
The Family Nurse Practitioner Program is a 21 month (or five semester) course of full time study, requiring 43 graduate credit hours for completion of a Master of Science in Nursing degree. Classroom activities occur on campus on Mondays each week; planned clinical experiences may occur in the learner’s geographic area. The mission of the FNP Program is to prepare graduates to deliver primary health care to individuals, families, and aggregates with a particular focus on the promotion of wellness and disease prevention for clients in underserved rural and community areas.
The Pediatric Nurse Practitioner Program is a 21 month (five semester) course of full time study, requiring 43 graduate credit hours for completion of a Master of Science in Nursing degree. The mission of the PNP Program is to prepare graduates to deliver primary health care in school based clinics, private pediatric practices and public health pediatric practice sites across the state to provide quality health interventions for infants, toddlers, school aged children and adolescents.
The Nurse Educator program is a full time, 21 month curriculum leading to a Master of Science in Nursing degree. Classes occur one day per week with online class activities as well. NE students may choose their clinical focus for either Adult/Geriatric or Maternal/Child Health nursing.
Post master’s certificate programs are available for applicants who hold an earned master’s degree in nursing and desire to pursue education leading to an advanced practice nursing role.