It is Time to Reward Your Dedication
An online nursing degree from Gonzaga University opens doors. It’s that simple. The leverage that comes with a degree from a prestigious university is substantial. This leverage is derived from the quality of education you receive. Employers see that and understand the benefits Gonzaga graduates bring to their organizations.
We like to think of our master’s degrees as master keys suited to unlock any door facing our graduates. You’ll discover new ways of thinking and new ways to do the kind of work you want and are called to do.
Gonzaga University is located in beautiful Spokane, Washington.
Online Nursing Programs:
Our online nursing courses are taught by reputable, practicing faculty and are flexible enough to let you continue working while completing your degree. Our graduates are known for being practice-ready, influential thinkers and rigorously trained with immediately-applicable skills.
- Online Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP) – Post-Master’s
- Online Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP) – Post-Baccalaureate
- Online Master of Science in Nursing (MSN)
- Online RN to MSN
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Gonzaga is regionally accredited by the Northwest Commission on Colleges and Universities (NWCCU). The baccalaureate, MSN, and DNP programs at Gonzaga University are accredited by the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education, One Dupont Circle NW, Suite 530, Washington, DC 20036, (202) 887-6791.
Admissions by State
Please note: We are not admitting nursing students in any program from the following states: AR, AL, DE, and NC. In addition to these states, we are also not admitting Family Nurse Practitioner and Adult Geriatric Nurse Practitioner students from Minnesota (we will admit Nurse Educator and Health Systems Leadership students from MN). Also, we are only accepting students from the following states for Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioner: WA, ID, OR, MT, CA, NV, UT, AK, WY and AZ.
The Demand for Nurses & Higher Education
The demand for nurses with higher levels of education is higher now than ever before and growing rapidly. According to the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation and the Institute of Medicine, the way nurses were educated in the 20th century are no longer adequate for dealing with the realities of health care in the 21st century. Patient needs and care environments are more complex. Will you be ready?
Nurses need to be prepared with the following competencies for future success:
- health policy
- system improvement
- research and evidence-based practice
- teamwork and collaboration
We are here to prepare you for the future needs of nursing while strengthening the foundations of patient-centered, evidence-based practice.