Master & Doctoral (Collaborative)
Collaborative programs provide additional multidisciplinary experience and exposure to expertise in an area of interest for students completing the requirements of graduate programs at the Lawrence S. Bloomberg Faculty of Nursing. Students may participate in one of the programs listed below.
For detailed information about each collaborative program, visit the School of Graduate Studies Current Calendar and search by Graduate Unit to visit each collaborative program’s home page.
The following collaborative programs are available to students in participating degree programs as listed below:
- Addiction Studies, Nursing Science, PhD
- Aging, Palliative and Supportive Care Across the Life Course, Nursing Science, MN, PhD
- Bioethics, Nursing Science, MN, PhD
- Global Health, Nursing Science, PhD
- Resuscitation Sciences, Nursing Science, MN, PhD
- Women’s Health, Nursing Science, MN, PhD
Students who are interested in other collaborative programs can contact the Registrar for the Faculty of Nursing for further information.
Collaborative programs are available to MN and PhD students enrolled at the Bloomberg Faculty of Nursing.
Academic Standing & Prerequisite Courses
Candidates are accepted under the general regulations of the School of Graduate Studies. Meeting minimal requirements does not ensure admission.
Requirements are as follows:
- Applicants must meet the admission requirements for a graduate degree program at the Bloomberg Faculty of Nursing (see MN Admission Requirements or PhD Admission Requirements).
- Applicants must first be admitted to a graduate degree program at the Bloomberg Faculty of Nursing (either the MN or the PhD). Applicants must then apply and be admitted to the collaborative program.
- Applicants must meet the admission requirements for the collaborative program they are applying to. Applicants should see the current SGS calendar and search by Graduate Unit for information about to their collaborative program of interest.
Students participating in a collaborative program must be registered in a degree program in the Lawrence S. Bloomberg Faculty of Nursing Graduate Department of the School of Graduate Studies. They must meet all admission standards and complete all degree requirements of the home unit, as well as meet the requirements of the collaborative program. The degree conferred is in the home discipline, and there is a notation on the student’s transcript indicating completion of the collaborative program.
Most collaborative programs require one core course, one elective or seminar series, and that the clinical course placement allows for related experience.
All requirements must be completed by the end of the final clinical course
(i.e., NUR1072, NUR1110).