Blair College of Health | Queens University of Charlotte

Blair College of Health

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The healthcare industry generates more new jobs from year to year than any other industry, a trend that is expected to continue through the next decade. Healthcare is increasingly complex, multidisciplinary and collaborative, with knowledge in the health sciences doubling every 18 months. State-of-the-science health education requires a multidisciplinary community of scholars.

The Blair College of Health is envisioned to provide such a venue within a private university environment and in Charlotte—the healthcare and sport sciences hub of the Carolinas.

Upcoming Events

Save the Date!

Queens University of Charlotte's online Master of Health Administration Program, the Program Director, Dr. Maureen Walsh Koricke, the Dean of the Blair College of Health, Dr. Jullet Davis Weaver, and the Greater Charlotte Healthcare Executives Group (GCHEG) are having a panel discussion forum event. The topic of the discussion will be Data Considerations to Manage your Populations Health.

This intriguing event will occur at Queens University of Charlotte's McColl School of Business's Sykes Building in Ketner Auditorium.

February 2, 2023
5:30-7:00 p.m.

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Registration is required to attend the event.

Please share, as this will be an excellent opportunity to bring people to campus. For more information on the event, including the moderator and the panelist for the discussion, visit the GCHEG website.

The Blair College of Health Virtual Graduate Information Session

TBD | Virtual via RingCentral

Join us for our virtual graduate information session. Find out more about our online graduate programs - Master of Health Administration, Master of Science in Nursing & Post-Master Nursing Certificates.

These programs are cohort and interdisciplinary-based, designed to accommodate the busy schedule of healthcare professionals looking to advance their careers and pay. 100% online! Students will learn from expert faculty currently employed in the healthcare field.

If you'd like to register or have questions, please contact Gary Gilleece (, 704-337-2407). You will be emailed the virtual login information once you register.

Degrees and Programs

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Presbyterian School of Nursing

In the Queens Presbyterian School of Nursing, undergrad and grad students uphold a tradition of more than a century of excellence in the development of our current and future nursing workforce. With a steadfast mission of service, our students are prepared to commit themselves professionally to cutting-edge scholarship, exemplary, hands-on leadership and service within a global context.

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