Gardner-Webb University houses one of the most comprehensive nursing programs in the state ranging from an associate’s degree in nursing to a doctor of nursing practice.

Hunt School of Nursing

nursing students

The Hunt School of Nursing has a rich history of graduating quality, highly skilled nursing professionals. Nursing education began at Gardner-Webb in 1965 by offering an associate degree program (ADN) but has now expanded to include the traditional BSN, RN to BSN, MSN program that includes education, administration and FNP options and DNP program. We offer a post-baccalaureate certificate in Nursing Education, and post-master's certificates in Nursing Education, Nursing Administration, and Family Nurse Practitioner.

Bulldog Profiles

Students and alumni of the Hunt School of Nursing share perspectives on the culture of learning and achievement at Gardner-Webb. Click on a profile below to learn more about their stories.