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Nursing schools in Tennessee




19 Nursing schools found in Tennessee  


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Austin Peay State University (School of Nursing)
he School of Nursing at Austin Peay State University was founded in 1972 with emphasis on the preparation of knowledgeable, professional nurses able t...
Address: McCord, Room 218, P. O. Box 4658

Southern Adventist University (School of Nursing)
Welcome to Nursing and to the health care team. Southern Adventist University School of Nursing (SON) is committed to the education of nurses in a Chr...
Address: PO Box 370, first floor of Lynn Wood Hall

Milligan College - Nursing
The nursing major supports the following goals of Milligan College: * Students will demonstrate sound scholarship through their ability to read and t...
Address: P.O. Box 500

Union University (School of nursing)
Union University is a private, four-year liberal arts university, founded in 1823, and affiliated with the Tennessee Baptist Convention. As an institu...
Address: 1050 Union University Drive

University of Tennessee Health Science Center, The (College of Nursing)
The College of Nursing at the University of Tennessee Health Science Center is dedicated to the preparation of nurse leaders for excellence today and ...
Address:  877 Madison Avenue

University of Tennessee-Knoxville (College of Nursing)
The College of Nursing enrolls approximately 275 undergraduate students in the upper division nursing major (of which 40 are RNs), 135 master's st...
Address: 1200 Volunteer Blvd.

University of Tennessee-Martin (Department of Nursing)
Nursing is a profession for individuals interested in a lifetime of challenge. As a critical part of the health care system, nurses use skills in crit...
Address: 136 Gooch Hall

South College - Knoxville (Nursing Program)
The first two years of this program consist of general education courses which provide a liberal arts framework for completion of the nursing componen...
Address: 3904 Lonas Drive

Tennessee State University (Department of Nursing)
The School of Nursing contributes to the health and welfare of the citizens of Tennessee by preparing registered nurses who have the knowledge and ski...
Address: 3500 John A. Merritt Boulevard, Humphries Hall, Room 118 on the Main Campus

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