Get ahead with an online nursing degree!

Earn your online degree from Grantham University’s School of Nursing. Our online format gives you the ability to pursue your career dreams while fulfilling your current personal and professional responsibilities.

Grantham’s School of Nursing offers three online education options: an RN-BSN Degree Completion program, an RN-MSN Bridge program and a Master of Science in Nursing. Each option gives you the ability to transition from RN to BSN and even further to an MSN through the graduate program – giving you a distinct advantage in the marketplace.

Our Mission

The Grantham University School of Nursing prepares students to expand their knowledge and skills as Registered Nurses (RN) in areas of leadership, community concepts, research and evidence based professional nursing practice related to current trends and issues in today’s global society.

Read the school’s complete mission statement and philosophy here.

The nursing education program is a candidate for accreditation by the Accreditation Commission for Education in Nursing.

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Online Nursing Degree Programs

The School of Nursing in Grantham University offers the following online degree programs:
RN-BSN Degree Completion (Bachelor of Science in Nursing)
RN-MSN Bridge Program Option
Master of Science in Nursing

The School of Nursing's Master of Science in Nursing program comes in four distinct Specializations:
Case Management (MSN)
Nursing Education (MSN)
Nursing Informatics (MSN)
Nursing Management & Organizational Leadership (MSN)

Important Documents for Online Nursing Degree Programs

These documents are provided to help you in your nursing education and your career:
Nursing Student Handbook
RN-BSN Portfolio Manual
MSN Capstone Manual
ePortfolio Directions
Confidentiality Disclosure
Preceptor Handbook
Preceptor Verification/Disclosure
Preceptor Agreement
Preceptor Invitation
Clinical Affiliation Agreement

Nursing Faculty

The faculty for Grantham’s School of Nursing are master educators and professional mentors – with plenty of real-world practice in their fields – dedicated to teaching, scholarship and service.

Cheryl Rules, PhD, MSN, RN, CCRN-K, CNE;
Dean, College of Nursing & Allied Health
Gloria Ohmart, EdD, MN, RN
Pat Winberg, MSN, RN;
Chair, School of Nursing & Allied Health
Evelyn Bowman, PhD, MSN, RN
Margaret McGannon, MSN, RN Patricia Frost, MSN, RN
Nikki Kemp, MSN, RN, FNP Joan Haizlip, MSN, RN
Alexandra Boykins, DNP, RN Angel Yanez, MSN, RN
Kelli Reid, MSN, RN Carol Howland, MSN, RN
Denise Koechner, MSN, RN Delaney LaRosa, MSN, RN
Kristine Broger, DNP, MHA, RN, CCRN Renee Kelly, DNP, MSN, RN
Carmen Spears, DHA, MSN, BSN, RN Kristine Weber, DNP, RN
Timothy Farrell, DNP, RN Mary Jane Neri, DNP, MSN, RN, CSSM, CNOR
Nursing Program Disclosures

Students should review the educational and employment regulations for practice in the state(s) in which they are licensed. Grantham University makes no guarantee that the completion of course work in a program will permit an individual to obtain licensure, endorsement, state or national credentials, and/or employment. Individual schools and/or Boards of Nursing establish their own requirements for matriculation into higher levels of education.

Practice experience hours are required in the Master of Science in Nursing program. Students cannot complete practice experience hours in the following states based on physical presence restrictions set forth by the state: Delaware, Maryland, Massachusetts, Nevada, New Mexico, New York, North Carolina, Oregon, Washington, West Virginia, Wyoming. If there are changes regarding these states, the student will be notified through Grantham email and/or an email address on file.