What can I do with my NURSING degree?
Employers of Nursing Majors
- Hospitals, Medical Centers, Physician's Offices, Home Health Care Services and Educational Institutions, Outpatient Clinics
- Nursing Homes, Rehabilitation Centers, Hospices
- Psychiatric Hospitals
- Public Health Services
- Government Services
- International Health Care Agencies
- Business & Industry
- Community Agencies
Related Occupations for Nursing Majors
Some of these occupations may require additional education at Graduate or Professional schools. For information on qualifications and careerspecificsconsult the Occupational Outlook Handbook or other careerresources. Also, take advantage of career counseling offered by the Center for Student Excellence.
Areas of Nursing specialty:
|Adolescent Nurse Specialist||Neonatal|
|Adult Health Care||Nephrology|
|Ambulatory Care||Neurological Nursing|
|Chronic Illness||Nurses Aide|
|Community Health||Nursing Education|
|Correctional Health||Occupational Health|
|ECG Technician||Physiological Nursing|
|EEG Technician||Psychiatric/Psychosocial Nursing|
|Family Nursing||Pulmonary Rehabilitation/Respiratory|
|Gerontologic Nursing||Recovery Room|
|Health Educator||Research & Teaching in Public Service|
|Health Policy Consultant||School Health|
|Infection Control Nursing||Surgical|
|Medical Technician||Trauma Caseworker|
Preparing for a Job in Nursing
- Maintain high grade point average for admission to nursing program.
- Have strong interest in helping people.
- Gain experience through internship program or volunteer work.
- Develop ability to handle stress.
- Develop good interpersonal and communication skills.
- Attend conferences and participate in professional organizations.
|Program Overview||Contact Information|
|Nursing||School of Nursing|
|College of Nursing and Health Sciences|
|Hammond Campus:Mims Hall, Room 117|
|Links for Nursing Majors|