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Licensure Disclosures

Requirements for professional licensure and/or certification differ from state to state. We strongly encourage any student considering an academic program in preparation to pursue professional licensure and/or certification to your consult your state’s licensing authority prior to beginning an academic program outside your state.

Should you relocate to another state before or during your program, you are highly encouraged to contact applicable licensing authorities indicated for your desired program.

School of Nursing

The Practical Nurse Program curriculum meets multiple state educational requirements for licensure.  This information can be found on the School of Nursing website.

The Associate Degree in Nursing/Associate in Applied Science Degree in Nursing curriculum meets multiple state educational requirements for licensure. This information can be found on the School of Nursing website.

The Master of Science in Nursing/Family Nurse Practitioner curriculum meets multiple state educational requirements for licensure. This information can be found on the School of Nursing website.

More information regarding Nursing programs meeting the state education requirements can be found on the School of Nursing website.

School of Education

The School of Education curriculum for all degree programs meet the Kentucky educational requirements for professional licensure.  More information regarding School of Education degree programs meeting state education requirements can be obtained from the School of Education.

School of Social Work

The Bachelor of Science in Social Work curriculum meets multiple state educational requirements for licensure.  This information can be found on the School of Social Work website.

The Master of Science in Social Work curriculum meets multiple state educational requirements for licensure.  This information can be found on the School of Social Work website.

More information regarding BSWMSW programs meeting state education requirements for licensure can be found on the School of Social Work website.

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