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Welcome to the Division of Nursing
at Thomas University

Thomas University has a strong tradition of excellence in teaching and academic achievement.  The RN-BSN, RN-MSN, MSN, MSN-MBA, and Graduate Certificate programs at TU are specifically designed to meet the health care and educational needs of our community by developing leaders in nursing practice, administration, and education.  Our Nursing programs are highly respected for academic excellence and fully accredited by the Accreditation Commission for Education in Nursing. Earning a quality education is an investment in your future. We look forward to helping you achieve your educational and professional goals.

Programs Offered





Graduate Certificate in Nursing Administration

Graduate Certificate in Nursing Education


Nursing Program Outcomes 2019


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about the Nursing programs at Thomas University! 


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 For more information, e-mail TU Admissions or call 229-227-6925

Nursing News

Ryen Pagel, Jacqueline Davis and Felisa McQueen-LawsonWe are so proud of our TU nursing students (Ryen Pagel, Jacqueline Davis and Felisa McQueen-Lawson shown in the picture to the left) who attended a special event at the Florida Capitol.  The event featured Florida's former Chief Health Officer, Dr. John Agwunobi.  

Obesity Initiatives and Immunization



The current Florida Surgeon General Dr. John Armstrong and Dr. Agwunobi are shown in the picture to the right as they answered questions from the public on obesity initiatives and safety of immunizations.

Alzheimer's Walk 2015


Alzheimer’s Walk 2015 

Professors Burch, Hall, and O’Neill from TU's Division of Nursing

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Dr. Marty O'Neill and Dr. Eleanor Hall

Dr. Eleanor Hall and Dr. Marty O'Neill Present at the 2015 SNRS Annual Conference

Dr. Hall delivered a podium presentation titled, "Exploratory factor analysis of a Spanish version of the Blood Pressure Self-care Scale."

Dr. O'Neill's poster presentation was titled, "Impact of years of experience on patient safety."


Congratulations to Professor Deb Burch!  

Professor Burch has been accepted to speak at the AWHONN 2015 annual convention in Long Beach, CA on June 17, 2015. The oral specialty session will focus on the Impact that Nurses have on Impacting Maternal Mortality.  

Education that Engages... Empowers... TRANSFORMS

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