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Presbyterian School of Nursing

The next generation of nurses starts here. The Presbyterian School of Nursing is home to ambitious undergraduates and graduate students. What sets us apart? Aside from being nearly next door to the state’s leading health care systems, we also have The Hunt Nursing Simulation Center—the award-winning, hands-on facility where students can put their learning into action. High school students can also apply for direct admission into our prestigious program. A four-year nursing degree will give you confidence and a more well-rounded set of skills, starting you higher up the healthcare ladder.


The baccalaureate degree in nursing and master’s degree in nursing from the Presbyterian School of Nursing is accredited by the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education (CCNE). CCNE serves the public interest by ensuring the quality and integrity of baccalaureate, graduate, and residency/fellowship programs in nursing. For more information regarding our university and program accreditations, please visit our Accreditation webpage.

Upcoming Events

Graduate Health Programs Information Session

Join us for the Queens Presbyterian School of Nursing’s Graduate School virtual information session for the online Master of Science in Nursing and the RN to MSN pathway (Master of Science in Nursing) programs. The MSN program takes two years to complete. It is a 12-course, 36-credit hour program. This program offers specialized tracks for professional licensed nurses to choose for their growth. These tracks include Nurse Administrator, Clinical Nurse Leader, and Nurse Informatics. Additionally, after you complete your degree program, you should return to take our Post-Masters Certificate in Nurse Educator, where you can prepare to be a leader in academic and clinical settings.

We are proud to offer a 100% online RN to Master of Science in Nursing degree (RN to MSN), which also features specializations in Nurse Administrator, Clinical Nurse Leader, and Nurse Informatics. Additionally, we offer a post-master certificate in Nurse Educator designed to take your career to the next level. This program has 14 courses, and it consists of 42 credit hours. It only takes 2.25 years to complete!

More sessions coming soon!

Once registered, you will receive an email and a text message with the virtual link to log into the event, as well as reminders about the event.

Discover The Depth of Our MSN Concentration Tracks

At Queen’s University of Charlotte, we understand the evolving needs of the healthcare industry and have crafted our Master of Science in Nursing (MSN) to equip our graduates with specialized skill sets. Dive deep into our concentration tracks:

  • Clinical Nurse Leader: For those who want to lead and manage at the point of care. Become the go-to person for clinical expertise in your healthcare facility!
  • Nurse Educator: Passionate about teaching? Educate the next generation of nurses, shaping the future of patient care.
  • Nurse Administrator: Be the change-maker in healthcare management! Drive operational efficiency, and boost patient care quality.

And more! Stay ahead of the curve with our ever-evolving, industry-aligned tracks.

Delve into the Pinnacle of Healthcare Leadership: The Master of Health Administration (MHA)

Queen’s University of Charlotte’s MHA program provides the knowledge and skills necessary to lead in the ever-evolving healthcare industry. Here’s what sets us apart:

  • Real-world Curriculum: From healthcare economics to policy, our curriculum is tailored to the challenges and opportunities in today’s healthcare landscape.
  • Experiential Learning: Engage in hands-on projects and case studies that simulate real-world healthcare management scenarios.
  • Interdisciplinary Approach: Collaborate with professionals from various healthcare backgrounds, enhancing your holistic understanding of the field.

Why Attend This Info Session?

  • In-depth Program Insights: Get a comprehensive overview of the MSN and MHA programs, ensuring you make an informed decision about your future.
  • Direct Interaction with Faculty: Ask your questions and understand the teaching methodologies from our experienced faculty.
  • Financial Aid & Scholarships: Learn about the financial assistance available, making your educational journey more accessible.
  • Alumni Success Stories: Hear firsthand accounts of how our programs have accelerated the careers of our graduates.
  • Application Tips: Gain insights into what makes a compelling application, increasing your chances of admission.

Why Queens University of Charlotte?

  • Esteemed Faculty: Benefit from the expertise and mentorship of accomplished professionals.
  • Innovative Learning: Our courses are designed with the latest industry trends in mind, ensuring you’re always ahead.
  • Robust Network: Tap into a network of alumni and professionals making waves in the healthcare industry.

Unveil the opportunities that lie ahead in healthcare leadership! Your path to distinction starts here.


Save the date, mark your calendars, and prepare for an insightful session. See you there!

Undergraduate Degrees

Graduate Degrees & Certificates

The Presbyterian Team

Dean’s Office

Jullet (Jaye) Davis Weaver

Dean, Blair College of Health & Presbyterian School of Nursing

Sheryl Cornelius

Director, Presbyterian School of Nursing
Undergraduate Programs

JoAndrea Costner

Chair, BSN
Graduate Programs

Leah Morgan

Assistant Professor, Nursing

Mission of Service Faculty

The Presbyterian School of Nursing faculty provides rich opportunities for nursing students to learn from award-winning, clinical experts.


Queens is nestled in the historic Myers Park neighborhood, so we are just minutes from Atrium Health Carolinas Medical Center and Novant Health Presbyterian Medical Center. Come visit us at the Knight-Crane Hall!