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South Dakota State University College of Nursing

South Dakota State University College of Nursing located in Brookings, SD offers Master's, Doctorate and Bachelor's level nursing programs.

Programs Offered: Doctor of Philosophy, RN to MSN, Accelerated BSN, Master of Science in Nursing, BSN / Bachelor of Science in nursing

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Nursing Programs Offered

  • Doctor of Philosophy
  • RN to MSN
  • Accelerated BSN
  • Master of Science in Nursing
  • BSN / Bachelor of Science in nursing

Specializations Offered

  • Nurse Practitioner

Enrollment

Total Nursing School Enrollment 91
Student Body Breakdown 93% Female, 7% Male
Percent Part-time 92.0%

Tuition

Full Time Tuition $1,969

Degrees Awarded

MSN; BSN; Accelerated BSN; RN-to-MSN; PhD.

International Admission Information

Minimum TOEFL score of 560 required of international applicants.Minimum TOEFL score of 525 paper-based or 197 computer-based required of international applicants to the Graduate School. Some programs require higher scores.

Program Accreditations

Accredited by: Commission On Collegiate Nursing Education
Initial Accreditation Date: April 2011
Most Recent Accreditation: April 2011
Accreditation Valid Until: December 2016
Website: http://www.ccnecommunity.org/
Accredited by: Commission On Collegiate Nursing Education
Initial Accreditation Date: September 2001
Most Recent Accreditation: April 2011
Accreditation Valid Until: December 2021
Website: http://www.ccnecommunity.org/
Accredited by: Commission On Collegiate Nursing Education
Initial Accreditation Date: September 2001
Most Recent Accreditation: April 2011
Accreditation Valid Until: December 2021
Website: http://www.ccnecommunity.org/
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