Presbyterian School of Nursing
Our nursing students have rich opportunities to learn from industry leaders such as Debbie Hatmaker, executive director of the American Nurses Association, who spoke on campus about nursing trends and best practices. Additionally, Queens' close proximity to two of the state's premier healthcare systems provides nursing students with access to leading healthcare professionals and cutting-edge technologies.
A tradition of more than a century of excellence in nursing education.
The Presbyterian School of Nursing at Queens University of Charlotte upholds a tradition of more than a century of excellence in the development of our current and future nursing workforce. The Presbyterian School of Nursing is comprised of over 20 full-time faculty and over 250 students in its BSN and MSN programs.
The mission of the Presbyterian School of Nursing is to educate individuals to practice professional nursing in a variety of roles and settings with the commitment to nursing scholarship, leadership, and service to diverse populations within a global context.
The Presbyterian School of Nursing aspires to be recognized regionally for its undergraduate and graduate program 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 embraces and affirms the stated core values of Queens University of Charlotte: focus on students, integrity and respect, stewardship, creativity and innovation, and service to others.
The Bachelor of Science in Nursing program and Master of Science in Nursing program at Queens University of Charlotte are accredited by the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education, One Dupont Circle, NW, Suite 530, Washington, DC 20036, (202) 887-6791.