Have you ever considered the Columbia University School of Nursing?
Start down the road to an amazing career, or take your studies to the next level. Come to the UW Career Center to meet with recruiters, and to learn about a nursing programs connected to one of the world’s most renowned medical centers.
What: Columbia University School of Nursing Networking Event When: May 09, 2011 TONIGHT! Time: 5:30 pm-7:30pm Where: The Career Center, 134 Mary Gates Hall, Seattle campus
The Columbia School of Nursing is proud of its 117 year history of educating nursing leaders and spear-heading advances in the nursing profession. It is the first school to implement a universal faculty practice plan in a nursing school. We offer a variety of programs, from our accelerated BS/MS program to NP, PhD and the first purely clinical DNP program in the country.
The Entry to Practice(ETP) program is what we offer to students with a non-nursing degree. It will be a combined two and a half years of study to complete both your BS and MS, for most specialties. Please note that the BS portion must be taken full-time. This program integrates the didactic lessons with the hands on clinical skills essential to today’s top clinicians. Students complete the first year R.N. requirements en route to completing an MS in nine different specialties that include, Anesthesia, Adult, Family, Pediatric, Midwifery, and Psychiatric/Mental Health.
Doctoral education at Columbia prepares individuals to fill the growing need for expert researchers and clinicians to meet the health care challenges facing our nation. Graduates are prepared to conduct research or to ameliorate critical health care deficits in our most vulnerable populations. The PhD in Nursing program offers a research-intensive curriculum to prepare nurse-investigators who are ready to begin to conduct research on nursing problems, outcomes and health policy independently and as leaders of interdisciplinary teams. The Doctor of Nursing Practice(DNP) program offers a clinically focused curriculum to prepare expert practitioners. The degree represents the highest academic preparation in clinical nursing. Graduates of the DNP program will be advanced practice nurses with the knowledge and skills for fully accountable expert care to patients across all care settings.
The School of Nursing is where a tradition of Excellence, Leadership, Research and Clinical Expertise merge to form your unique experience. As part of one of the most renowned medical centers, we offer collaboration opportunities with a wide array of hospitals and organizations. Now is a great time to join the nursing movement. We invite you to participate in this mission. Learn more at: http://www.nursing.columbia.edu/
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