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  Nov 21, 2017
 
 
    
2017-2018 University catalog

School of Nursing


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School Director

Stephanie Vaughn

School Office/Website

Education Classroom Building 190
657-278-3336
nursing.fullerton.edu

Faculty

Sadeeka Al-Majid, Jo-Anne Andre, Rebecca Bodán, Barbara Doyer, Maryanne Garon, Nina Ghazaee, Cynthia Grauvogl, Cindy Greenberg, Kathleen Griffith, Judith Hervey, Sandra James, Deanna Jung, Christine Latham, Maria Matza, Rachel McClanahan, Ruth Mielke, Austin Nation, Marsha Orr, Rebecca Otten, Marilyn Parras, Karen Ringl, Sue Robertson, Elaine Rutkowski, Rosario Sakamoto, Asma Taha, Stephanie Vaughn, Penny Weismuller, Jane Williams

Kaiser Permanente School of Anesthesia Faculty:

Sandy Bordi, Michael Boytim, Sass Elisha, Jeremy Heiner, John Nagelhout, Jennifer Thompson, Edward Waters

Introduction

The Bachelor of Science in Nursing is designed to provide students with knowledge, skills, and attitudes necessary for the performance of the professional nursing role and characteristics of the generally educated person. The program prepares a nursing generalist who can provide care within a framework of scientific and professional accountability, and can function independently in a variety of health care settings. The program provides students with the necessary foundation for graduate education and specialization and promotes and fosters commitment to lifelong learning for personal and professional growth.

The Master of Science in Nursing provides nurses with the foundation and capability to function independently in a variety of health care settings and provide care within a framework of scientific and professional accountability.

The Doctor of Nursing Practice is a professional practice degree designed to prepare nurses in advanced practice for complex practice and leadership roles in the clinical setting as well as teaching roles at California’s community colleges and at the California State University.

Student clinical placements in accredited agencies require cleared status on background checks. All programs are accredited by the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education (CCNE).

Degree Descriptions

The Bachelor of Science in Nursing prepares a nursing generalist who can provide care within a framework of scientific and professional accountability in a variety of health care settings.

The Master of Science in Nursing provides nurses with the foundation and capability to function independently in a variety of health care settings and provide care within a framework of scientific and professional accountability.

The Doctor of Nursing Practice is a professional practice degree designed to prepare nurses in advanced practice for complex practice and leadership roles in the clinical setting, as well as teaching roles at California’s community colleges and at the California State University.

Learning Goals and Student Learning Outcomes

Programs and Courses Offered

Programs

    Bachelor of ScienceMaster of ScienceDoctor of Nursing PracticeNon-Degree

    Courses

      Nursing

      Courses are designated as NURS in the class schedule. Note: All clinical nursing courses for the B.S. in Nursing require admission to the university and to the School of Nursing as a nursing major. The School of Nursing application, health care information listed under the “Bachelor of Science in Nursing” text above, and references are also required.

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