The Peoria Regional Campus College of Nursing offers graduate programs in several advanced practice specialties in a supportive and friendly atmosphere. Students in diverse specialties come together and build networks of colleagues for the future.
Our campus offers the Master of Science in Nursing (MS) as well as the Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP). The following advanced practice specialty concentrations are available:
- Administrative Studies in Nursing
- Administrative Studies in Nursing / Master of Business Administration (Joint Degree)
- Administrative Studies in Nursing / Master of Health Informatics (Joint Degree)
- Adult-Gerontology Acute Care Nurse Practitioner
- Adult-Gerontology Primary Care Nurse Practitioner
- Advanced Community Health Nurse
- Advanced Community Health Nurse / Master of Public Health (Joint Degree)
- Family Nurse Practitioner
- Nurse-Midwifery / Women's Health Nurse Practitioner
- Occupational Health / Advanced Community Health Nurse
- Occupational Health / Family Nurse Practitioner
- Pediatric Clinical Nurse Specialist
- Pediatric Nurse Practitioner
- Perinatal Clinical Specialist
- Psychiatric-Mental Health Clinical Nurse Specialist
- Psychiatric-Mental Health Nurse Practitioner
- School / Advanced Community Health Nurse
- School / Family Nurse Practitioner
- Women’s Health Nurse Practitioner
Options available for Registered Nurses (RNs) with an Associate’s Degree in Nursing include the Online RN-to- BSN Completion Program and the RN-to-MS Transition Program.
The Bachelor of Science Degree Completion Program for RNs with Associate Degrees in Nursing online program provides students with an excellent foundation for a career in leadership in one of the fastest growing professions in the U.S. Upon successful completion of all coursework, students will earn a fully accredited Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) from the University of Illinois at Chicago College of Nursing. Also, learn about the BSN Degree Completion Program for RNs.
The RN-to-MS Transition Program is available for RNs who have a Bachelor’s Degree in another field and an Associate’s Degree in Nursing. Students are admitted to the graduate degree program and take an additional one to four (1-4) transitional courses. Learn more about the RN-to-MS Transition Program.