Informed by a Christian worldview, APU’s nursing school prepares professional nurses for leadership and collaborative practice in health care.
Through innovative programs and expert faculty, nursing students engage in challenging discussions, mentoring relationships in small classroom settings, invaluable hands-on experiences in state-of-the-art simulation labs, and a culturally diverse practice environment that includes both study abroad and global research opportunities.
APU nursing students:
- Seek to serve as compassionate healers embracing those in need through a wide variety of service activities.
- Become strategic thinkers, educated as transformational leaders in evolving health care systems.
- Practice from strong ethical principles based on a foundation of Christian values.
- Stand out as difference makers who will change lives.
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School of Nursing
APU's new master's degree in nursing education aims to meet the growing need for qualified nurse educators to help develop the next generation of skilled, compassionate nurses.
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Elsewhere at APU
Amy Jung, director of forensics and assistant professor in the Department of Communication Studies, understands first-hand the challenges and advantages of growing up as a Third Culture Kid.
Diana Pavlac Glyer, Ph.D., professor in the Department of English, explores the concept of intellectual hospitality as a means to cultivate generosity, humility, and understanding among those with differing viewpoints and backgrounds.
Jennifer E. Walsh, Ph.D., APU dean of the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences, discussed the political contrasts between President Obama and President Reagan with CNN.
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