Introduction

Established in 1998, the College of Nursing actively supports the recognition of nursing as a profession of leaders, scholars, educators and researchers. The mission of the College of Nursing is to prepare nurses to be competent clinicians and effective scholars and leaders who will work to improve health and health care locally and globally and contribute to the nursing profession.

 

The College of Nursing offers a variety of educational programs and learning opportunities that prepare our graduates for this exciting, rapidly changing world of health care. Degrees include: Bachelor of Science, which includes an RN-BSN track, and Master of Science in Nursing. The bachelor program prepares individuals to assume the role of professional nurses who can practice in a variety of health care settings. The master’s program is prepared to assume leadership roles as advanced practice nurses, educators, and administrators. Also, our college is running various international exchange activities for the global era.

 

The faculty promotes students’ ethical development, critical thinking, and responsible practice, with an attitude of inquiry and commitment to life-long learning in an increasingly global environment. Our students are high achievers and are well prepared for professional practice. Graduates of the bachelor program consistently pass the nurse licensing examination at a rate well above the national average. This tradition of excellence has been in place for 15 years and we look forward to building on this success for the next years.

 

Explore our website and discover all that the College of Nursing can offer new students and when advancing your career. Even better, please contact us with any questions you may have or come for a visit!