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The dynamic fields of nursing, public health, and public administration need leaders.

You make a difference.

You’re passionate about improving the quality of human life. We’re passionate about enabling you to do even more through education. Take our professors for example. Like you, some are first to respond to humanitarian emergencies. Others have emergency room and battlefield triage experience. Others are administrators developing policy and leading teams. And all have two things in common: they know what it takes to be experts in nursing and healthcare, and they’re eager to share their knowledge with you.

Through our School of Health Sciences you can explore degrees and certificates designed to help you advance in the public health workforce. And, if you’re a registered nurse, you can enroll in our popular RN to BSN program, which is accredited by the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education (CCNE).

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Proof positive. It's nice to know how others feel.

96%

of seniors evaluated their experience as positive

National Survey of Student Engagement (NSSE), 2012

88%

of employers would hire another one of our graduates

APUS Alumni Employer Survey, January 2010-December 2015

95%

of seniors would choose us again

National Survey of Student Engagement (NSSE), 2012

50%

of our students return for another degree

American Public Education Fact Sheet, June 2013