SCHOOL OF NURSING

KNOW AND BE KNOWN

SCHOOL OF NURSING

KNOW AND BE KNOWN

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Caring for people who are sick and afraid requires more than the ability to give an injection or set up an IV. You’ll see this as you work in hospitals, Alzheimer’s units, psychiatric centers, health departments, physician’s offices and other health care settings with a team of professors who have more than 100 years of combined clinical experience. It’s a deep compassion and a Christian commitment to loving people that make our professors – and our graduates – stand out from the crowd.

CAREER
Know Yourself.

Our rigorous nursing programs provide students with the knowledge, skills and critical thinking abilities to know how to handle the life-and-death situations nurses face every day.

CALLING
Know Your Calling.

Caring for sick and afraid people requires more than the ability to give an injection. A deep compassion and Christian commitment to loving people make our graduates stand out from the crowd.

COMMUNITY
Be Known.

Clinical experiences prepare students for work in hospitals, urgent care, health departments and other health care settings with a team of professors who have more than 100 years of combined clinical experience.

Small classes allow for personal attention and one-on-one mentoring from faculty
Learn to deliver Christ-centered compassionate care
Clinical experiences offered in various health care settings 
Professors have real-world experience and established records of successful teaching 
University of Mobile’s Center for Excellence in Healthcare Practice (CEHP) provides hands-on clinical and lab experience for students by utilizing cutting-edge simulators and augmented reality in the classroom. Students receive a comprehensive learning experience that mirrors real-life scenarios.

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STORIES FROM THE SCHOOL OF NURSING

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“Nurses serve individuals when they are in their most vulnerable states. As a nurse, a touch, smile, greeting or conversation may be the only kindness a patient receives. Education is the foundation that prepares nurses for a higher purpose. The educational foundation begins with the undergraduate programs, and mastery starts with the doctoral degree. Learning is life-long!”

Sarah Barnes-Witherspoon, PhD, RN, BSN, MSN, LNC
Dean, School of Nursing
Professor of Nursing
Educational Specialist
College of Health Professions


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