Master's & Doctoral
Today, more and more nurses with master's and doctoral degrees are involved in research and leadership in clinical practice. New opportunities are emerging in case management, home health nursing and primary care.
Our graduate programs in nursing are designed to respond to a student's individual learning needs with a focus on building and expanding your practice as professional nurse.
- Clinical placements and internships are convenient to your home or workplace.
- Attend on a full-time or part-time basis.
- Take classes one day a week—on Fridays.
- Community Health Nursing courses are offered as a hybrid of online and in-class discussions
- Overnight dormitory housing (space permitting) is available at a nominal fee.
Majors & Programs:
Advanced Certificate Programs
Note to applicants: Be sure to check out the application and admission requirements for these programs.
Get to Know Us
"I live in a rural area with few resources. I entered the FNP program to improve the availability of healthcare in my area." Read her story
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Because of our many clinical affiliations, we can offer students a variety of experiences and settings. Read more
D'Youville was the first college in WNY to offer a bachelor's degree in nursing in 1942. Read more