College of Nursing and HealthDean Patricia Martin
Assistant Dean Carol Holdcraft
Director for Nursing Research Barbara Fowler
Professors Fowler, Graham, Martin, Praeger, Scordo
Associate Professors Belcher, Curry, Nehring, Vermeersch
Assistant Professors Cherrington, Gibbons, Gray, Holdcraft, Lynd, Moddeman, Sorensen, Zurmehly
Clinical Assistant Professors Bogan, Budding, Doorley, Johnson, Kelley, Osterman, Teall, Teter, Tierney
Clinical Instructors Bowling, Canfield, Davis, Herbert, Holland, Hutcheson, Lincks, Price, Ross, Stalter, Stewart
The nursing program, which leads to a Bachelor of Science in Nursing (B.S.N.) degree, is designed to meet students' individual needs. A program is also available for registered nurses who want to earn a B.S.N. degree. An accelerated B.S.N. option exists for individuals possessing a prior baccalaureate degree. An honors program is available for students with superior academic ability.
The professional nurse is increasingly being viewed as the nucleus of the health care system, as well as serving as an advocate for health care consumers. Therefore, Wright State's program prepares self-directed graduates who can function as generalists in a number of settings and work in collaboration with other health professionals to coordinate and improve the health care of individuals, families, and communities.
The nursing program at Wright State is accredited by the National League for Nursing and approved by the Ohio Board of Nursing. Graduates of the program are eligible for the National Council of State Boards Licensing Examination (NCLEX) to become licensed as registered nurses.
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