The scope of nursing practice is changing significantly. The professional nurse uses theory and research-based knowledge to provide direct and indirect care to individuals, families, groups, and communities.
In the role as designer, manager, and coordinator of care, nurses collaborate with patients and interdisciplinary care teams. The department offers an undergraduate program which leads to the Bachelor of Science in Nursing, a postbaccalaureate School Nurse Services Credential Program with an option to pursue the master's degree in nursing, a graduate program leading to a Master of Science in Nursing, a Post-Master's Nurse Practitioner Credential Program, and a Doctor of Nursing Practice program.
Are you a nurse with a master's degree and thinking about a doctorate? If so, please join us for an informational dinner meeting on May 13, 2013 at 5 pm at the Manhattan Steakhouse. Pleae email Patricia Daniels (firstname.lastname@example.org) to RSVP by Thursday May 9th.
The deadline for application for the Doctor of Nursing Practice Program is June 1, 2013. You do not need to apply to csumentor.edu until after acceptance to the program.
The program application period for the Fall 2013 undergraduate nursing program was March 1-31.
- If your school incorporates the the lab grade with the final course grade, submit the final course grade only.
- The TEAS Test does not need to be taken prior to submitting your application. However, the deadline for taking the TEAS test is April 15, 2013. Please attach a copy of your unofficial transcripts and TEAS results with your application or bring a them to the Health and Human Services, Student Services Center.