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Led by our faith, Nursing, for us, is more. It’s more than a classroom of compassionate and eager students; more than a faculty of respected, engaged and caring faculty; and more than a school recognized internationally for our research and thought leadership. Nursing is a vocation, a call to care for society's most vulnerable and to serve others.

Our courses are taught by faculty members with advanced degrees in nursing and actively involved in the profession. We provide a safe environment for all students to explore issues surrounding Faith & Nursing, as well as hands-on skill training through community engagements and clinical placements in international healthcare initiatives.

Programs Offered

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Nursing students and instructor
Bachelor of Science in Nursing

Our BScN prepares nurses to be reflective, life-long learners, ready to give thoughtful leadership to the changing healthcare needs of a global community.

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Masters of Science in Nursing

Our MSN prepares nursing leaders to serve in key nursing education, advanced practice, and health care leadership positions. This program has been built to fit around your working schedule and family commitments.

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Meet our Faculty

Barb Astle

Barbara Astle, Ph.D., RN

Acting MSN Program Director
Associate Professor of Nursing

Deborah Gibson, MSN, RN

Assistant Professor of Nursing

Sonya Grypma, Ph.D.

Dean of Nursing, Professor of Nursing

Darlaine Jantzen, Ph.D, RN

Associate Professor of Nursing

Karen Larochelle, MSN, RN

Assistant Professor of Nursing

Sarah Liva, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor of Nursing

Heather Meyerhoff, MSN, RN

Assistant Dean, Associate Professor of Nursing

Lynn Musto, Ph.D.(c), RN, RPN

Assistant Professor of Nursing

Andrea Orr, MSN

Sessional Assistant Professor of Nursing

Anne Redmond, MSN, RN

Sessional Assistant Professor of Nursing