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Director’s Welcome

Tama L. MorrisTama L. Morris, RN, PhD, CNE

Welcome to the Presbyterian School of Nursing at Queens University of Charlotte! Thank you for your interest in our nursing programs! Queens is regionally recognized for its undergraduate and graduate programs in nursing as models of academic excellence, for its students as caring and competent professionals, and for its faculty as leaders and scholars in the discipline of nursing.

The Presbyterian School of Nursing provides students with several program tracks creating  seamless progression in nursing education.  The School has grown from the combination of two programs of nursing when the Presbyterian Hospital School of Nursing joined Queens University of Charlotte in 2004.  Each program had its own distinct history and tradition.  We now strive to uphold the best of both traditions.

The Presbyterian School of Nursing offers a pre-licensure program leading to the bachelor of science in nursing (BSN) through a traditional or accelerated track.  In addition, Registered nurses with a diploma or associate degree can earn their bachelor's degree with the opportunity to progress to the master of science (MSN) degrees.  Our MSN program offers three tracks:  Nurse Educator, Health Systems Management, and Clinical Nurse Leader® (CNL). The CNL® track is offered completely online. 

One of the elements that will set your Queens experience apart will be your interaction with our faculty. We are dedicated to nurturing our students toward excellence in nursing practice. Our programs are practice intensive and feature exciting and meaningful opportunities for student learning through our close partnerships with clinical agencies such as Novant Health, Carolinas HealthCare System, CaroMont Health, and the Mecklenburg Health Department.

We are happy you are interested in joining us!

Tama L. Morris, RN, PhD, CNE
Interim Dean, Blair College of Health & Director, Presbyterian School of Nursing

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