Category: College of Nursing

Founded in 1956, the College of Nursing is the most recognized educational institution for nursing in of Florida and enjoys a growing national reputation. Offering baccalaureate, master’s and doctoral degrees, UF nursing education programs produce leaders, scholars and clinicians who promote quality patient care and influence health policy. The college is a leader in technology in the classroom and initiatives linking students to diverse and international populations. The college has 70 faculty members and about 700 undergraduate students and 230 graduate students, including approximately 48 doctoral students in three departments: Adult and Elderly Nursing; Health Care Environments and Systems; and Women’s, Children’s and Family Nursing.

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