Emory University School of Nursing

Emory University School of Nursing was founded in 1905, at the Wesley Memorial Hospital Training School for Nurses in Atlanta, GA. Initially school was a training school in a 50-bed hospital Wesley Memorial Hospital Training School for Nurses. Today, the school has reached a milestone and graduates more than 200 baccalaureate, master, and doctoral students each year and niches the ranking position among the top 10 private U.S. schools of nursing.

The first name change of the school was implemented in 1932, when the name changed to the Emory University Hospital School of Nursing, but after the school was separated from the hospital in 1944, the school carried out the name change and started knowing as Emory University School of Nursing and became an independent school of the university, led by Dean Julia Miller. The baccalaureate and graduate programs were introduced during this time only.
The Mission of Emory University Hospital School of Nursing is to educate and prepare nurse leaders and scholars, generate new knowledge, which can finally lead to improved health and health care service to local, national and Global Community.

Undergraduate Programs

  • The Bachelor of Science in Nursing for Second Degree Students (BSN),
  • The Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN)
  • The BSN-MSN segue option
  • Accelerated BSN/MSN program
  • The Master of Science in Nursing (MSN)
  • Additional certification with the Post Master’s options.
  • RN-Master of Science in Nursing (RN-MSN) bridge program
  • The Master of Science in Nursing and Master of Public Health (MSN-MPH) is a dual Post-Masters degree

Graduate Programs

PhD Program

Accreditation

The Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education (CCNE) has accredited the BSN and MSN nursing programs.

Financial Aid

Emory University and Nell Hodgson Woodruff School of Nursing offers various types of financial assistance to deserving and qualified students. Currently, the school distributes aid to 96% of graduate nursing students and 94% of undergraduate nursing students to pursue their studies.

The Financial Aid can be classified as under:

  • Merit-based Aid
  • Need-based Aid
  • Other Aid

Service-Based Aid

Emory Payment Plan

  • Financial Aid for International Students
  • Yellow Ribbon Program

Contacts

Nell Hodgson Woodruff School of Nursing
1520 Clifton Road
Atlanta, GA 30322-4201

Office of Admission and Student Services
Phone: 404.727.7980 or 1.800.222.3879
Fax: 404.727.8509
son-admit@listserv.cc.emory.edu