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Undergraduate Nursing Department

Programs Tailored Towards Your Goals

Our unique programs are geared towards helping you succeed and start your career in nursing practice. Choose to complete a BSN with a co-op offering real world employment experience or opt for an accelerated program.

Undergraduate Nursing

The College of Nursing and Health Professions Undergraduate Nursing Department offers three exciting programs that will help you launch your career in the health care field.

Our BSN Co-op Program is a unique way to earn your degree while participating in Drexel's cooperative education model – dividing your time between class and real-world work experience. We also offer an Accelerated Career Entry Program and an RN/BSN Completion Program.

As a part of the Undergraduate Nursing Department, you will join a community of clinicians, researchers, faculty, and students in your journey toward nursing practice.

We invite you to explore the degree programs offered through this department that will help you begin your career in nursing. Please explore our web pages for a wealth of information about our programs, students, faculty, research and clinical practice.

Undergraduate Programs

Cooperative Bachelor of Science in Nursing
A general nursing program to prepare you for licensure as a registered nurse.

Accelerated Career Entry (ACE) for Bachelor's of Science in Nursing
Already earned a bachelor's degree in another field? Change careers and become a registered nurse.

RN/BSN Completion Program
Advance your nursing education and earn a bachelor's degree in nursing.

Undergraduate Nursing Faculty

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News & Events

 

10/15/18

Meet the Authors

Please join Laura N. Gitlin, PhD, FAAN and Nancy A. Hodgson, PhD, as they celebrate the publication of their new book, Better Living With Dementia: Implications for Individuals, Families, Communities, and Societies (Academic Press).

Better Living With Dementia -  Implications for Individuals, Families, Communities and Societies by Laura N. Gitlin and Nancy Hodgson

Wednesday, November 28, 2018

5:00 - 5:30 p.m. Networking Reception
5:30 - 7:00 p.m. Formal program
7:00 p.m. Dessert and coffee service

Mitchell Auditorium
The Bossone Research Enterprise Center

Drexel University
3140 Market Street Philadelphia (Map)

This free event is open to the public, but we request that you RSVP.

Following the networking reception at 5 p.m., we will host presentations and discussions on changing dementia care in Philadelphia moderated by Marie Savard, MD, former ABC News medical contributor.

Setting the Stage for Improving Dementia Care in Philadelphia

Laura N. Gitlin, PhD, distinguished University professor and dean of the Drexel University College of Nursing and Health Professions

Nancy A. Hodgson, PhD, the Anthony Buividas Term Chair in Gerontology and associate professor of nursing at the University of Pennsylvania School of Nursing

Jason Karlawish, MD, contributing author, professor of medicine, medical ethics and health policy and neurology, at the University of Pennsylvania Perelman School of Medicine as well as co-director of the Penn Memory Center

Panel Discussion: Caregivers and Healthcare Professionals as Ambassadors for Change

Caregiver: Yvonne Latty, director of the reporting New York and reporting the National programs at New York University’s Carter Journalism Institute

Dance/Movement Therapist: Natasha Goldstein-Levitas, MA, BC-DMT ’02, board certified dance/movement therapist and senior and dementia care advisor

Physician: G. Peter Gliebus, MD, interim chair of the department of Neurology, director of the Memory and Cognitive Disorders Center, Drexel Neurosciences Institute, as well as director of the Behavioral Neurology and Neuropsychiatry Fellowship Program

RSVP HERE

Following the program, Drs. Gitlin and Hodgson will be on hand to sign your copy of their book. Either bring your copy or purchase it on site from Drexel’s Barnes & Noble Bookstore team. Most major credit cards accepted.

For more information about the event, contact Rachel Barnett at 267.359.5936.

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AARP Pennsylvania 

Continue the conversation with Drexel University College of Nursing and Health Professions’ new AgeWell Collaboratory, a center without walls, bringing together community-based agencies, scholars, policy makers and educators committed to addressing key health challenges facing aging individuals and their families through interprofessional research, education and practice.

Mark your calendar for upcoming AgeWell Collaboratory meetings in 2019.

  • February 19
  • May 16
  • October 2

For more information about the AgeWell Collaboratory, send a brief message to agewell@drexel.edu.

08/14/18

Citizens Bank Park Commencement 2018The tradition continues as the all-University Commencement ceremony was held for the third straight year under the bright lights of Citizens Bank Park. This video captures not only the excitement of the day, but also the essence of the Dragon.

Hollywood legend M. Night Shyamalan addressed the new graduating class and issued a challenge for our graduates to go out and change the world. We're looking forward to witnessing all the incredible achievements of our CNHP alumni!

04/23/18

Joyce Welliver, RN, MSN, CRNP (CERT, Nursing,`98) will be spotlighted in an upcoming issue of Worldwide Leaders in Healthcare published by the International Nurses Association.
 
Carol Hammal (MA, Art Therapy & Counseling, `15) was interviewed by Second Lady Karen Pence, wife of U.S. Vice President Mike Pence, for the White House's website. Ms. Hammal, an art therapy consultant at Egypt's renowned Behman Hospital, is recognized as the only art therapist in Egypt and has been a pioneer in bringing art therapy academic programming to her country. She has also given a TEDx talk in 2015.
 
Nina Multak, PhD, MPAS, PA-C (PA `88), associate clinical professor in the Physician Assistant Department at Drexel, joined the board of directors of the Society for Simulation in Healthcare (SSH) as an at-large member. 
 
DeAnna Harris-McKoy (MFT `09), couple and family therapist and assistant professor at Texas A&M University Central Texas, joined the YWCA Greater Austin board of directors as a member-at-large.
 
Kim F. Simmons (PMC, Nursing,`17) joined the urology department at Guthrie Hospital in Sayre, Pennsylvania with a special interest in inpatient urology.
 
Rosemary Dunn, RN, DrNP(c) (MSN `95; DrNP `11) will be retiring as chief nursing officer of Hahnemann University Hospital on April 1.
 
Terraca Holmes (MSN `15) became chief nursing officer at Tenet Healthcare, according to a LinkedIn update. She is also the director of nursing at Tenet Healthcare.
 
Kimberly Talley (ASN `90, BSN `96, MSN `03), vice president of Patient Care Services at Christiana Care Health System, was part of the first cohort of Penn's Fels Institute of Government board governance program.
 
Dwayne Richardson, RT(R), CRA, RN (MSN `07) joined Carroll Hospital in Westminster, Maryland as senior vice president of operations. Mr. Richardson most recently served as COO at Placentia-Linda Hospital in Placentia, California. He previously served as radiology director at Hahnemann University Hospital in Philadelphia and cardiopulmonary services director at University Medical Center at Princeton.
 
Karen Lambert, DPT (MPT `00, DPT `14) gave a presentation called "Aging in Place" at a "Tuesday Talk" event at New Hanover Library in New Hanover, North Carolina.
 
Karen Snyder (PMC Nursing `18) joined St. Luke's University Health Network's Pennsburg Family Practice in Pennsburg, Pennsylvania as a nurse practitioner.
 
Joanne McGovern (MSN `15) has been promoted to senior vice president of patient care services at Cancer Treatment Centers of America in Philadelphia. She also serves as chief nursing officer.
 
Kelly Ann Milligan, ACNP (MSN `99) will be featured in The International Nurses Association upcoming publication of the Worldwide Leaders in Healthcare. Ms. Milligan is a board certified acute care nurse practitioner at Pennsylvania Hospital in Philadelphia and is a distinguished member of the American Association of Nurse Practitioners.
 
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