The University of Kansas School of Nursing has a longstanding reputation of educating students for diverse and changing roles as nurses in every health care setting and in dynamic careers as researchers, leaders and educators. With a dedicated faculty, students and graduates help fulfill the School's mission to shape the future of professional nursing.

Students get a chance to pursue their passion through unique learning opportunities at the School of Nursing, which provides a range of high-quality academic programs within an environment filled with expertise and respect. Whether baccalaureate or graduate level, the curriculum is student-centered and evidence-based.  

The School of Nursing offers options to pursue your nursing career with a customized schedule that fits your goals as well as work or lifestyle demands, offering full-time or part-time, and distance-learning, depending on the degree program.

Last modified: Jun 05, 2015

Choose from an exciting array of degree and certificate programs in nursing:

Undergraduate ProgramsCommunity College Nursing Partnership

Graduate Programs

,Certificate Programs

Student Affairs Office


The Office of Student Affairs at the School of Nursing can help. Contact Student Affairs at or (913) 588-1619 if you have questions about graduation, enrollment, financial aid and student records