Established in 1902, Georgia Baptist College of Nursing is nationally recognized for educating superior nursing leaders who provide significant healthcare contributions across the globe. Built on the heritage of a longstanding prelicensure program, the College now offers a baccalaureate degree program, as well as the master of science in nursing, and two doctoral nursing degree programs.
The College offers a Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) degree program with two tracks:
- The BSN Prelicensure Track is designed for students with two years of college prerequisites associated with entry to the bachelor's degree in nursing. Find out more>
- The RN-BSN Completion Track is an accelerated program designed for registered nurses returning for a bachelor's degree. Find out more>
The College also offers a Master of Science in Nursing (MSN) with three specialty areas:
- Clinical Nurse Specialist prepares nurses to provide leadership and establish standards for quality care in a multitude of settings. Find out more>
- Nurse Educator is prepared for an academic career focus. Find out more>
- Family Nurse Practitioner focuses on the care for all members of the family with clinical experiences in the areas of adult, children, and women's health. Find out more>
The College offers two primarily online doctoral programs: Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP) and Doctor of Philosophy in Nursing (PhD).
- The newly CCNE accredited DNP degree program focuses on the three major categories of practice: (1) direct care for individual clients, (2) health care for aggregates, communities, and populations, and (3) management of health care through roles in administration, policy development, and quality assurance. Find out more>
- The PhD degree program incorporates comprehensive research coursework for the terminal degree in nursing. Three choices of cognate specialty areas include: ethics, clinical scholarship, and education. Find out more>
*Approval was received from the Commission on Colleges of the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools. Pending the following approvals: Georgia Board of Nursing; Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education