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The School of Nursing invites you to attend an informative session to learn more about the numerous graduate, doctoral and post-master's certificate programs at D'Youville College

Nursing Programs Information Session

The School of Nursing invites you to attend an informative session to learn more about the numerous graduate, doctoral and post-master's certificate programs at D'Youville College. Learn from faculty and admissions representatives about the distinguishing factors of our graduate level nursing programs.

  • Family Nurse Practitioner: meet the healthcare needs of the family by providing primary and specialty care for patients of all ages. Complete your master's of science (MS) or doctor of nursing practice (DNP) degree in as little as two-years or an advanced certificate in as little as one-year with classes held on Thursdays and/or Fridays.
  • Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioner: specialize in providing mental health services and care to individuals, families and groups and learn the skills needed to advance your nursing career as you become specifically prepared to deliver safe, competent and quality mental health services to persons of all ages. Complete your master's of science (MS) or doctor of nursing practice (DNP) degree in as little as two-years or an advanced certificate in as little as one-year with classes held on Thursdays and/or Fridays.
  • Nursing & Health-Related Professions Education: this post-baccalaureate certificate is intended for nurses and other healthcare professionals who seek a position as a faculty/teacher, clinical instructor, in-service education or clinical education coordinator.
Upcoming Sessions
  • Dates and times coming soon.

Location: D'Youville Academic Center (DAC)

 

DAC
The DAC is located at the corner of Connecticut & Fargo Aves.

Visitor parking is available in lots A, B, C, and D with the parking pass provided in the confirmation packet. See parking lot locations on the campus map.

Questions?

Call us at 716-829-8400.

Do you need special accommodations?

If you require special accommodations or information on accessible entrances and pathways, let us know by calling 716-829-8400.