Florida Atlantic University will start two new programs this fall that combine an undergraduate's nursing degree with a master's in either artificial intelligence or biomedical engineering.
For the "B.S. in Nursing to M.S. in Artificial Intelligence Degree Program," students will complete a BSN degree first and then continue to complete a master's in science degree in artificial intelligence within the Department of Computer and Electrical Engineering and Computer Science. For the "B.S. in Nursing to M.S. in Biomedical Engineering Degree Program," students will complete the BSN degree first and then complete the MS in science in biomedical engineering within the Department of Computer and Electrical Engineering.
"Our joint programs in nursing and engineering are a 'dynamic duo' that will build the foundational skills to better position nursing students to participate as future health care innovators and inventors," says Safiya George, dean of FAU's Christine E. Lynn College of Nursing.
From Florida Atlantic University
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