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Undergraduate Studies in the Department of Nursing

Nursing Undergraduate Students

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Already a Registered Nurse (RN)?
Advance your career with a Bachelor of Science through our RN-BSN program.

Graduate Studies in the Department of Nursing

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Professional Transitions

Are you a RN and have a Bachelor’s degree in a non-nursing field?
Launch into a Master of Science degree via the Professional Transitions sequence!


Have a BSN and want to practice as a Family Nurse Practitioner?
Earn a MS with a major in Family Nurse Practitioner.


Have a MSN with a Major in Nurse Ed and want to get an MS/FNP? 
Look into a Post Master Certificate in FNP


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Nursing students from across programs participated in the 2nd annual Nursing Research Symposium April 5, 2016. The following students had outstanding presentations and were recognized by Tau Psi chapter of Sigma Theta Tau International National Honor Society of Nursing:

Outstanding RN-BSN Presentation:
Analgesia Use during Newborn Male Circumcision
Gina Mathiason RN, Amanda Satterfield RN, Kelsey Shirley RN, Jennifer Thomson RN, Lauren Walters RN

Outstanding Nursing Transitions Presentation:
Hall County Medicaid Resources
Dena Patel, RN 

Outstanding Graduate Presentation:
What is the Accuracy of Home and Ambulatory Blood Pressures in Comparison to In-Office Blood Pressures in Adults with Hypertension?
Justin D. Nicholson RN BSN, Joshua D. Snearly RN BSN


The Family Nurse Practitioner Professional Transitions sequence, RN with a non-nursing baccalaureate degree, is not accepting applications for the 2016-2017 academic year. 

The Associate of Science in Nursing (ASN) program, plus the LPN-Bridge track, is being discontinued at the University of North Georgia. A timetable has been established to allow students currently enrolled in the ASN program to complete the course of study and to finish the degree.

Beginning Fall 2014, the RN-BSN program will replace current nursing courses with courses that better align with the new BSN program. Both  ONLINE or TRADITIONAL CLASSROOM options are offered to integrate instruction with generic BSN student courses. The Course Discontinuation timetable pertains to RN-BSN students enrolled Prior to Fall 2014. The New Course Offering timetable pertains to RN-BSN students enrolled Fall 2014 and After.

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