H-NIP Focus: Nursing
Location: Hampton, VA
Population – Hampton (City): 134,669 (2017) *
Population – Virginia (State): 8,367,587 **
Number of HIV Doctors: 261 ****
Number of Students Trained to Date: Nursing – 18
The Hampton University School of Nursing has prepared nurses to serve humanity for over a century. Offering traditional baccalaureate, accelerated baccalaureate, baccalaureate completion, master's degrees in the roles of nurse practitioner, administrator, and educator, and a doctoral degree in family and family related nursing research, Hampton University School of Nursing has a program to meet almost every student's needs.
Campuses are in Hampton and Virginia Beach, Virginia for traditional in-class and accelerated programs. The doctoral degree program is the only program that is offered online.
The Hampton University School of Nursing offers degree programs in nursing on the undergraduate and graduate levels. Undergraduate programs include the traditional BS, LPN to BS and RN to BS programs. In addition, an accelerated program through the College of Virginia Beach, offers the same programs that can be completed in a shorter time. Master of Science degree programs are offered for the roles of nursing education, administration, and nurse practitioner. Specialties for these roles include women's health, pediatrics, family health, community health nursing, advanced adult nursing, and community mental health/psychiatric nursing. The Doctor of Philosophy degree in nursing is offered with a focus on families and family related-research.
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* From World Population Review
**** https://amino.com/hiv/doctors/hampton-roads-area/: for reference, link accessed 01/14/2019; link no longer active
Shevellanie Lott, PhD, RN, CNE
Dean, Associate Professor