Director of Recruitment & Enrollment
Admissions Coordinator, Graduate Programs
Director of Financial Aid
Dedra Hanna Adams
Ready to learn more about FPB's Graduate Programs?
Our program directors and faculty want to speak with you! Sign up for one of the many webinars scheduled throughout Spring 2020. Please click on the link active on the date specified to register for the webinar, and learn more about the faculty member answering your questions through their bios (linked in their names).
Learn more about the Frances Payne Bolton School of Nursing's Master of Nursing program.This program is for students ready for a career in nursing -- graduates will receive a Master of Nursing degree. This graduate degree prepares students for practice as an advanced generalist registered nurse and to lead inter-professional, evidence-based initiatives. The Master of Nursing degree also allows you to pursue an MSN, DNP, PhD, or DNP/PhD degree.
- June 11 @ 12 p.m. Join the conversation with MN Program Director Molly Jackson
- June 25 @ 12 p.m. Join the Conversation with MN Program Director Molly Jackson
Learn more about the Frances Payne Bolton School of Nursing's MSN program. MSN-prepared nurses deliver evidence-based care through a variety of specialties. They are in high demand as nurse practitioners, nurse midwives and nurse anesthetists. The MSN degree also allows you to pursue a DNP, PhD, or DNP/PhD degree.
- June 8 @ 12 p.m. Family Nurse Practitioner (w/ Lead Faculty Carol Savrin)
- June 15 @ 12 p.m. Adult-Gerontology Primary Care (w/ Lead Faculty Evelyn Duffy)
- June 16 @ 11 a.m. Pediatrics (w/ Lead Faculty Peg DiMarco)
- June 16 @ 2 p.m. Adult-Gerontology Acute Care (w/ Lead Faculty Chris Winkelman)
- June 17 @ 10 a.m. Neonatal (w/ Lead Faculty Amy Bieda)
- June 18 @ 4 p.m. Women's Health/Midwifery (w/ Lead Faculty Mary Franklin)
Learn more about the Frances Payne Bolton School of Nursing's Doctorate in Nursing Practice. Nursing doctorate graduates apply their education and expertise in leadership roles on the front lines of nursing, in clinical practice, administration, teaching and research, and health policy design and development.
Learn more about the Frances Payne Bolton School of Nursing's Doctor of Philosophy in Nursing program. The PhD in nursing is a research doctorate. You will learn from the nation's top nurse scientists and work with our outstanding faculty to conduct interdisciplinary research and scholarship in one of five focus areas: symptom science, family/community care, aging across the lifespan, self-management of health and illness, and neuroscience.
Additional PhD webinars coming soon!
Do the above webinars not fit into your schedule? Please Contact Us to set up an appointment.
Fill out our Inquiry Form to receive more information about our graduate programs.