Nursing

OUR MISSION

Building on liberal education competencies, our mission is to prepare graduates who are able to CCNEdemonstrate  competence in leadership, communication, critical thinking, and cultural sensitivity. Our graduates are prepared to provide evidenced based care promoting professionalism and ethical behavior for persons in a multitude of health care settings.

Established in 1933 as the first baccalaureate program in the Commonwealth of Kentucky, Spalding remains a leader in assuring excellence in nursing practice through innovation in nursing education.  Spalding students prepare alongside a passionate, dedicated faculty in a state of the art facility featuring one of the most intensive lab simulation programs in the region. 

I wish to send a very warm welcome to all as we enter 2014 and thus, begin the second half of the 2013-’14 academic year here at Spalding University. It is my pleasure to work with the students, faculty and staff of the Kosair Charities College of Health & Natural Sciences. We collectively strive to provide outstanding classroom educational foundation and unparalleled community and health care clinical experiences.

If you are in search of a meaningful career which makes a difference in peoples’ lives, there is no more vibrant a place than Spalding University.

Joanne Berryman, RN, MSN, FACHE

Dean, Kosair Charities College of Health & Natural Sciences

 

 

Our next BSN information session is April 22nd, 2014; please register from below.

http://bsninfosession-april-22-14.questionpro.com

 

Program Information Attachments (click link below to open PDF file)

BSN May 2014 2nd Degree Day                              MSN PROGRAM 2013-2014 
BSN Aug 2014 Traditional
BSN Aug 2014 PM 2nd Degree PM                           RN to BSN Program

Schedule a campus visit  (502) 585-7711, toll free (800) 896-8941 or e-mail admissions@spalding.edu

For additional  information on our nursing program visit:  http://blog.spalding.edu/nursing/

For information on the nursing assistant program visit:  http://blog.spalding.edu/nursing/knat