AASUs Nursing Programs Receive Accreditation
Savannah, GAThe Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education, the nationally recognized accrediting body for schools of nursing and graduate programs in nursing, has accredited the baccalaureate and master's degree programs in nursing offered by Armstrong Atlantic State University. The program met all accreditation standards and has received accreditation for the next five years.
The nursing program provides an educational opportunity for those interested in entering the field of nursing or experienced nurses who wish to further their careers. The nursing program offers two baccalaureate degree programs in nursing and four master's degree programs in administration, adult clinical nurse specialists, adult nurse practitioner, and advanced nursing practice.
The Department of Nursing facilitates the development of competent, committed, and caring professional nurses at the undergraduate and graduate levels. While baccalaureate nursing education prepares professional entry-level practitioners for practice at the generalist level, graduate nursing education prepares practitioners at the specialist level.
For more information about AASU nursing programs, contact Camille Stern, head of the Department of Nursing, at 927.5311.
November 8, 2001