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School of Science, Technology and Health Studies

Dean: Joseph H. Bularzik
Phone: (315) 684-6079


The bachelor's degree program provides RN's the opportunity to enhance their nursing practice in leadership, evidence-based practice, nursing informatics, health policy, population health, and professionalism. 

Courses emphasize public, family and community nursing, advanced health assessment, health promotion, nursing theory, ethics, organizational communications, systems theory, leadership and management. Students engage in a required service-learning activity in selected non-clinical nursing courses to combine formal learning with reflection to strengthen a community.

Graduates of the program will be able to transfer to masters' level programs in nursing to specialize as a clinical nurse specialist, nurse anesthetist, nurse midwife, nurse practitioner, administrator or nurse educator. Bachelor nurses are also sought for graduate programs in informatics and business, and health care administration. In certain healthcare settings, bachelor prepared nurses can be placed in roles such as infection control, quality control, case management, and nurse educator.

*Contact the Admissions Office via email at or call 315.684.6046 for more information. 

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Margaret A. Pribulick
(315) 684-6016
Bailey Annex, Room 113

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