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Augusta has a reputation for its high caliber
healthcare community, known for innovation
and excellence, including the College of Nursing. The College of Nursing and its academic
programs strive to meet the highest standards in design and delivery of outstanding,
relevant nursing education. The College offers nationally ranked programs, many degree
options (BSN, MSN, DNP, and PhD) and several advanced-practice registered nurse
specialty concentrations. Under the guidance of new dean, Dr. Tanya Sudia, the College of
Nursing provides a stellar learning environment and state-of-the-art simulation facilities.
2020 is designated as the Year of the Nurse and the Midwife by the World Health Organization in recognition of their contributions and to highlight the risks associated with growing nursing shortages. The College helps students build robust knowledge and skills through the integration of simulated learning, interprofessional collaboration across healthcare disciplines, and a variety of service learning experiences. Augusta University provides ample opportunities to engage in cutting-edge research, explore the latest innovations in health care, and learn through advancements in nursing science at the region’s only academic health center. With an emphasis on collaboration and teamwork, the college facilitates serving the local community, to improve health and increase access to care.