A micro-credential is a small program that allows you to gain and showcase relevant skills that are needed in today’s workforce. The School of Nursing is proud to collaborate across disciplines to offer health sciences students the Addressing Public Health Disparities and Interprofessional Collaborative Practice programs.
From left: Louiza Case-Drmacich, academic advisor; Elizabeth Wynne, advising administrator/lead advisor; Laura Woods, admissions assistant.
The School of Nursing Office of Student Services provides academic advising to students applying and to those admitted to the Traditional, Accelerated and RN to BS in Nursing programs.
The RN to BS program builds upon knowledge and experience of registered nurses, preparing them to provide the necessary leadership to advance quality of care, patient safety and health services in an evolving health care system.