About the Presbyterian School of Nursing
The Presbyterian Hospital School of Nursing joined Queens University of Charlotte in 2004 to form the Presbyterian School of Nursing, housed in Queens’ Blair College of Health. Today the School draws from the best of both institutions’ traditions and histories to serve as a health care resource for diverse communities, while preparing students for leadership in the nursing profession through its online and on-campus degree programs.
The School shares in Queens’ mission to provide educational experiences that transform students’ lives and promote personal and professional success and fulfillment. More than 20 full-time faculty members are dedicated to guiding students toward excellence in nursing practice according to Queens’ core values: a focus on students, integrity and respect, stewardship, creativity and innovation, and service to others. To learn more about policies and procedures for MSN students, you can view the Presbyterian School of Nursing Student Handbook here.
Learn more about the online MSN with a Clinical Nurse Leader® track and the Presbyterian School of Nursing at Queens: Call us at 866-313-2356 to speak with one of our admissions advisors, or request more information.