As North Carolina’s oldest nursing school, Watts has a long-standing and distinguished reputation for excellence in nursing education. Today, the School continues to position itself for the future while preserving the best from its past.
Students often tell them that the path to becoming a professional nurse is perplexing -- much like solving a puzzle. A key piece is timing and never before has timing been better to become a nurse.
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The UWM College of Nursing is a vibrant, innovative environment for teaching, research, practice and service to the community and the profession. Proud to offer their students the highest degree of academic rigor, CON faculty continues to create innovative classroom environments and provide the latest technological teaching tools. The College of Nursing research portfolio grows annually, last year gaining the 28th position of nursing colleges receiving NIH funding.
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The School of Nursing offers programs leading to the Bachelor of Science in Nursing, the Master of Science in Nursing, and Doctor of Philosophy. The BSN and MSN programs are fully accredited by the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education (CCNE), the accrediting organization for undergraduate and master's level professional nursing education, and the Pediatric Nurse Practitioner program is accredited by the National Certification Board of Pediatric Nurse Practitioners and Nurses.
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Santa Rosa Junior College student understand that deciding which college to attend is among the most important lifetime decisions you will make. At SRJC you can look forward to an exceptional and challenging educational experience no matter what your academic and job training goals are.
Among the first-rank community colleges in California and the nation, SRJC's students, faculty, staff, and administrators share a common purpose: To foster respect and support for ... Read More »
The School of Nursing at UNC-Chapel Hill is nationally recognized as one of the premiere nursing schools in the country, with a tri-fold mission of excellence in nursing education, research and practice.
The School offers a full complement of nursing education programs, as well as the first PhD program in North Carolina. Programs include:
A bachelor of science in nursing program (BSN)
A master's of science in nursing program (MSN)
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The School of Nursing shares a 61-acre campus in downtown Baltimore with the University of Maryland, Baltimore's (UMB) six other professional schools—Dentistry, Law, Medicine, Pharmacy, Social Work, and the Graduate School—and is in close proximity to the University of Maryland Medical Center, University of Maryland Biotechnology Institute, University of Maryland Biopark, and the Baltimore VA Medical Center. A national leader in health sciences research, public service, and patient care, UMB ... Read More »
The Saint Louis University School of Nursing was founded in 1928 and has since been a national leader in nursing education. The programs they offer include a Traditional Four-Year BSN, One-Year Accelerated BSN, Accelerated Generalist Masters in Nursing, RN to BSN, MSN, DNP, and PhD. The Gourman Report, which ranks educational institutions, consistently ranks Saint Louis University School of Nursing in the top 3 percent of nursing schools in the ... Read More »
The MU Sinclair School of Nursing is an integral part of the University of Missouri Health System. One of the most comprehensive health care networks in Missouri, the system includes three schools:
Sinclair School of Nursing
School of Health Professions
School of Medicine
And University of Missouri Health Care, consisting of:
University Hospital & Clinics
Missouri Orthopedic Institute
MU Women's and Children's Hospital (formerly Columbia Regional Hospital)
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St. Joseph School of Nursing offers a three-year program leading to a diploma in nursing. Graduates of the program are eligible to take the national licensing examination for Registered Nurses. Academic preparation is derived from courses taken at the School of Nursing and affiliating colleges. Once enrolled in the School of Nursing, all physical and social science courses must be taken within the curriculum of the school. Being a commuter ... Read More »
The University of Maine established the nursing program in 1939, creating the first baccalaureate program for nurses in Maine. The nursing program later became a School of Nursing in 1958. Their graduate program leading to a Master of Science degree in Nursing was first offered in 1992. Originally developed as family nurse practitioner program, school’s graduate options now include individualized programs of study (I-MSN). The Baccalaureate and Master’s programs in ... Read More »
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