International Health Nursing Minor
Earn an International Health Nursing Minor at Azusa Pacific University
You’ll expand your global perspective on health and nursing care as you improve your nursing skills.
Program at a Glance
The nationally ranked School of Nursing prepares nurses to lead the way in healthcare by providing a deeper level of compassionate care in clinics, hospitals, schools, and beyond.
Gain Hands-on Experience
- Expand your global perspective on health and nursing care.
- Develop a strategic road map with your student advisor.
- Participate in a short-term transcultural health nursing experience, an international health nursing semester, or the international health nursing minor.
By the Numbers
Students interested in expanding their global perspective on health and nursing care may apply to participate in a short-term transcultural health nursing experience, an international health nursing semester, or the international health nursing minor. Accepted students complete additional coursework, and a study plan is developed by the student and advisor. Contact the School of Nursing for the proposed study plan.
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- Azusa Pacific University is accredited by the WASC Senior College and University Commission (WSCUC).
- The baccalaureate degree in nursing, master’s degree in nursing, and Doctor of Nursing Practice at Azusa Pacific University are accredited by the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education.
- The traditional baccalaureate nursing program, upper-division transfer (2+2/LVN to BSN) programs, entry-level master’s program, and the nurse practitioner program are approved by the California Board of Registered Nursing.
Career Outlooks and Outcomes
APU School of Nursing Receives $4.4 Million in Grants from HRSA
APU’s School of Nursing, the third largest producer of nurses in the state of California, received two grants totalling $4,396,200 from the Health Resources and Services Administration to help students afford a nursing education.