The School of Nursing participates in service learning Real World Ready experiences.  We provide service to the community in the form of health promotion projects. Students are involved with the research and design of a project to benefit the health of the community.  In this photo, nursing students participated in the Out of the Darkness Campus Walk for mental health awareness.

Nursing students at campus walk


Southeastern's School of Nursing is recognized as a leader in the preparation of nurses. We offer undergraduate and graduate degrees, including a doctor of nursing practice (DNP) degree program.

At the undergraduate level, we offer a traditional degree program, an accelerated option for students with a prior bachelor's degree, an LPN to RN program and RN to bachelor's degree options. Specialty concentrations are available for advanced practice at the master's level as well as preparation at the highest level of nursing practice with the DNP.

  • Recipient of the Nightingale Award for Outstanding Nursing School of the Year three times in the last seven years

  • Four articulation options to obtain a bachelor's degree in nursing

  • Undergraduate program boasts more than 1,600 majors and graduates approximately 150 students annually

  • 100% online programs, including Master's of Science in Nursing (MSN), post-MSN Family Nurse Practitioner certificate, Post-MSN DNPand BSN to DNP.

  • Bachelor's, master's and doctoral programs are accredited by the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education

Applications are now closed for Summer/Fall 2018

Applications for Spring 2019 will open May 1 and close September 1, 2018

Deadlines to apply each semester:

Feb. 1 (Summer/Fall)

Sept. 1 (Spring)



Rho Zeta Chapter of Sigma Theta Tau International, Honor Society of Nursing

The School of Nursing's Chapter of STTI, Rho Zeta, inducted new members May 1, 2017. Undergraduate students graduating in the top 35% of their cohort with a minimum 3.2 GPA and Graduate (MSN or DNP) students graduating with a minimum of a 3.5, along with nursing community leaders were invited to join the chapter. The mission of STTI is "advancing world health and celebrating nursing excellence in scholarship, leadership, and service." The Southeastern chapter members help fulfill this global health mission.