Whether entering UB as a freshman or transferring from another institution, the Traditional nursing program prepares graduates to sit for the NCLEX RN licensing exam and pursue positions in a wide array of health care settings. Graduates of the Traditional nursing program are well prepared for community based nursing care experienced in both hospital and community settings. A curriculum encompassing biomedical and social sciences, clinical nursing, and University General Education courses ensures that students have both the professional education and broad skills to assume nursing positions throughout the health care spectrum, including leadership roles.
UB’s 4 Year Graduation Pledge: All fall, 2012 freshmen are encouraged to sign up for Finish in 4, a Four Year Graduation Pledge. This is the University at Buffalo’s commitment to enhance the undergraduate experience and create the robust, supportive environment in which students may obtain a rich educational experience and timely graduation. Finish in 4 is a roadmap featuring important requirements for students and the University’s pledge to facilitate completing a bachelor’s degree in four years.
More information about Finish in 4 is available at http://advising.buffalo.edu/fif.
For questions, please contact
Susan Grinslade, PhD, RN, APRN-BC
Undergraduate Department Chair and Clinical Professor