Technology has transformed the way today’s human services professionals serve the public. That’s why Bradley University has transformed its approach to graduate education, responding with innovative online degree programs designed to empower motivated learners like you to lead the next generation of advanced practice nurses and counselors.
WHICH PATH IS RIGHT FOR YOU?
FIND OUT NOW BY EXPLORING OUR PROGRAMS:
Powerful Outcomes Begin Here.
- Master of Science in Nursing – Nursing Administration
(ADN Entry; BSN Entry)
- Master of Science in Nursing – Family Nurse Practitioner (BSN Entry)
- Family Nurse Practitioner Certificate (MSN Entry)
- Doctor of Nursing Practice – Family Nurse Practitioner (BSN Entry)
- Doctor of Nursing Practice – Leadership (MSN Entry)
WHY GO ONLINE WITH BRADLEY?The cutting-edge format of our online degree programs enables us to deliver the complete Bradley Experience whenever and wherever you access the Internet. With this level of flexibility, you can advance your expertise — and your career opportunities — all on your own schedule. When you enroll in one of our online degree programs, you’ll join a rich culture of collaboration, support and shared values — one that will challenge you to grow personally and professionally. Here are a few more reasons why we offer you the best path:
Flexible EnvironmentEnjoy the convenience of a 24/7 online learning model.
Collaborative LearningConnect with your instructors, peers and advisors in real time.
Exceptional EducatorsLearn from expert clinicians and industry-experienced professionals.
Strong SupportGet the benefits of a larger university and personal attention of a small college.
Practical ExperienceGain immediately actionable knowledge through clinicals, practica and internships.
Specialized CurriculumGraduate from programs that prepare you for licensure and work.
Established NetworkJoin a close-knit community of more than 77,000 alumni.
Ranked 4th among
Midwest Regional Universities.
Ranked 88 out of 736 schools that provide the best value.
Included in "The Best 380 Colleges." Only 15 percent of all four-year colleges receive this distinction each year.
Quality and Regionally Accredited