As an early adopter of the use of technology in education, the faculty at the USA College of Nursing are experts in delivering high quality online nursing degree programs for the working nurse. Complete your courses online and if you are like most students you will be able to complete clinical requirements in your home communities while working with a preceptor and your faculty. With faculty and staff support, you don't have to be a "techie" to be successful in the online degree programs offered by USA. And, you can access the library, bookstore, and many other student resources all online.
USA College of Nursing also offers the finest on-campus programs for students working toward earning a Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN). Using highly qualified faculty and staff, state of the art simulation and lab facilities, and local clinical experiences, our on-campus students train to successfully license in their profession, as well as further their education in our MSN and DNP programs.
The BSN, MSN, and DNP programs at the University of South Alabama College of Nursing are accredited by the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education,
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Due to the pending retirement of Dean Davis, the University of South Alabama (USA) invites nominations, inquiries, and applications for the position of Dean of the College of Nursing.
Congratulations to Dr. Alethea Hill on her December 2016 Excellence in Scholarship Award. The purpose of the Excellence in Scholarship Award is to recognize outstanding scholars in the College of Nursing. Outstanding scholars are those who systematically pursue a topic, critically analyze a health care issue, expand knowledge, and disseminate information to advance the health of society.
Dr. Sherry Lawrence
2016 Excellence in Teaching Award. The purpose of the Excellence in Teaching Award is to recognize outstanding educators in the College of Nursing. Outstanding Educators are those who consistently capture the attention of the learners and challenge them to value knowledge and to expand their intellectual ideas.
Dr. Heather Hall have been selected in the Provost Faculty Fellows Program for the 2016-17 academic year: See our faculty award page.
Faculty members Dr. Katie Erdlitz and Stacee Bertolla presented at the National Association of Pediatric Nurse Practitioners Annual Conference in Atlanta, Georgia in March. Title of their presentation was: The Transgender Community and the PNPs Role.
Congratulations to Dr. Hill on her selection as the 2015 Advocacy Award recipient for the Preventive Cardiovascular Nurses Association. Dr. Hill has been invited to 2016 PCNA Annual Symposium at the Renaissance Orlando in Orlando, Florida.
Congratulations to Dr. Ashley Marass on winning the 2016 Association of Camp Nurses (ACN) CompassPoint Writing Award. Each year, the editorial board chooses an individual who has contributed significantly to the organization by submitting exceptional publication(s) for our membership. Her continuing education article,"Adolescent Health: Issues at Camp" was chosen as the exemplar in writing and we are thankful for your continued support in advancing the mission and efforts of camp nursing.
Also, a proposal by Dr. Marass and her USA team was chosen as one of the top six in the country for a novel approach to educating athletes about concussions. Check this link for more info.
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