Welcome to SUNY Delhi School of Nursing. This is an exciting and interesting time to be in nursing. The critical shortage of both practitioners and educators is leading to multiple options for those interested in the profession. Jobs are available nationwide in a wide range of settings, typically at excellent salaries, with opportunities for growth. At SUNY Delhi, we are preparing students who will become leaders in the profession, contributing to the advancement of health care and the profession itself.
SUNY Delhi prepares nurses on a number of levels:
Associate Degree Program (RN)
With our 2-year associate degree RN program students:
Bachelor's: Dual Degree Program
We offer a bachelor's degree program where the student is enrolled simultaneously in the ADN and BSN program
Online RN to BSN Program
Additionally, we offer an online BSN program for registered nurses prepared at the associate degree level. This quality program offers flexibility for working professionals with all courses offered every seven weeks, and practicum experiences in the student's own community.
Online MS in Nursing Education
SUNY Delhi's online RN to BSN program can lead to a Master of Science degree (MS) with a focus on nursing education. Graduates of a master’s program in nursing education are prepared to fulfill roles as nurse educators in pre-licensure and baccalaureate programs, staff development coordinators, and in-service and community educators. This program will not only prepare nurses at the graduate level to attain faculty positions, but will also serve as a foundation for doctoral studies.
SUNY Delhi is recognized as a nursing education leader and has a long history of providing nursing education to serve local and state-wide healthcare needs. In 1968 SUNY Delhi implemented a nursing program funded by the federal Manpower Act. The New York State Education Department and SUNY approved the establishment of an Associate Degree in Nursing at Delhi in 1983 and the RN to BSN program in 2007. State registration status has been continuous since that time; accreditation for the ADN program was granted in 1998 and for the RN-to-BSN program in 2010.
SUNY Delhi's ADN and RN to BSN programs are accredited by the Accreditation Commission for Education in Nursing (ACEN). ACEN is located at 3343 Peachtree Road NE, Suite 500, Atlanta, Georgia, 30326; phone: 404-975-5000.
Mary Pat Lewis, PhD, RN
Dean and Professor
School of Nursing