Overview

Graduate Certificate Programs in Nursing

The School of Nursing offers Post-Master’s Certificate programs in several specialties. They are categorized into 3 areas: General, Leadership, and Advanced Practice. In the Leadership and Advanced Practice categories, some prerequisite courses and other requirements are required beyond simply holding the M.S. degree in nursing.

Information about the costs of certificates may be found at http://nursing.kumc.edu/academic-programs/certificate/index.html

Contact Info

School of Nursing

KU Medical Center, G020 School of Nursing Building
Mail Stop 2029, 3901 Rainbow Blvd.
Kansas City, KS 66160
913-588-1619
913-588-1615
913-588-7963
soninfo@kumc.edu
http://nursing.kumc.edu
Debra J. Ford, Associate Dean, Student Affairs
913-588-1619
dford@kumc.edu

School of Nursing

KU Medical Center, G020 School of Nursing Building
Mail Stop 2029, 3901 Rainbow Blvd.
Kansas City, KS 66160
913-588-1619
913-588-1615
913-588-7963
soninfo@kumc.edu
http://www2.kumc.edu/son/
Debra Ford, Associate Dean, Student Affairs
913-588-1619
dford@kumc.edu
Debbie Stratton, Graduate Recruiter
913-588-1619
dstratton@kumc.edu
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