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What Nurse Administration Students Are Saying

"The Nursing Administration track at Western Carolina University has provided me with a solid foundation for demonstrating leadership in the dynamic health care environment. This distance-learning program offers great flexibility for students who are trying to manage many different roles. Nursing leaders today play a critical role in the economic and administrative viability of heath care organizations and this degree provides the knowledge and skills to become an integral member of the health care team. Health care is facing many challenges and the WCU Nursing Administration track will better prepare nursing leaders to contribute to solutions in a complex health care environment."
- Tina Barnes, MSN, RN - Class of 2010

"The Master of Science in Nursing - Nurse Administration Program has provided an opportunity as a distance learner to return to school. The flexibility of blackboard learning systems and the availability of resources have made the transition to online learning quite manageable. I have been most impressed by the faculty and the design of the program."
- Cheryl Gibson, MSN, RN - Class of 2010

L to R: Professor Ramona Whichello and
Nursing Administration students, Tina Barnes and Robin Fox

"I had attempted to go back to school for my masters degree 20 years ago, but sitting in a classroom after working all day was not for me. When I decided to go back to school this time, I was delighted to discover Western Carolina's online option! The online option meant that I could get my masters degree without rearranging my life. I truly think I would not have been successful without the online option. Probably the most beneficial aspect to me, in my current role as a director of nursing, is learning how to put together projects and presentations in a meaningful way. Woven throughout the curriculum is the underlying there of cultural competence and ethical decision-making, which reaffirms my rind in nursing as a profession."
- Linda Anderson, MSN, RN - Class of 2010
 

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