Egan School of Nursing & Health Studies: Virtual Information Session, April 22

Egan School of Nursing & Health Studies: Virtual Information Session, April 22

Prospective students are invited to meet online with faculty members to learn more about Fairfield's nationally ranked doctorate, master’s, and accelerated second degree bachelor’s in nursing programs.

The current pandemic is causing all of us to evaluate what is necessary for our healthcare system to handle an evolving global health crisis. Fairfield Egan's graduate programs equip students with the clinical experience, training, and knowledge to handle this very challenge.

— Melanie Rogers, Director of Graduate Admission

On Wednesday, April 22 at 6 p.m. Fairfield University’s Office of Graduate and Part-Time Admission will host a virtual information session for individuals interested in pursuing a doctorate, master’s degree, or accelerated second degree bachelor’s in nursing. The online event will be conducted via Zoom conferencing software and will address the many facets of the Marion Peckham Egan School of Nursing and Health Studies' highly ranked and nationally accredited  programs.

Prospective students attending the online session will have the opportunity to virtually experience the Egan School’s state-of-the-art simulation labs and have their enrollment questions answered by a team of program directors and representatives from Admission. Breakout information sessions will also be available for a wide range of Egan School programs, including DNP programs in Nurse Anesthesia and Nurse Midwifery, MSN programs in Nurse Practitioner and Nursing Leadership, and the University’s 15-month accelerated second degree bachelor’s in nursing program.

Registration for the virtual information session is required in advance and available online at www.fairfield.edu/info.

“The current pandemic is causing all of us to evaluate what is necessary for our healthcare system to handle an evolving global health crisis,” said Melanie Rogers, director of Graduate Admission. “Fairfield Egan's graduate programs equip students with the clinical experience, training, and knowledge to handle this very challenge. Many of our alumni are currently serving on the frontlines and at the forefront this movement.”

Fairfield University’s Marion Peckham Egan School of Nursing and Health Studies is ranked among the best in the country, and is one of only 16 programs nationwide to be certified as a National League for Nursing Center of Excellence. For a full list of available programs, visit fairfield.edu/grad.

Graduate and Accelerated Second Degree Nursing Virtual Information Session

Date: Wednesday, April 22, 2020
Time: 6 p.m.
Location: Online

Additional Details:

Prospective students interested in pursuing a doctorate, master’s degree, or accelerated second degree bachelor’s in nursing from Fairfield University will have the opportunity to virtually experience the Egan School’s state-of-the-art simulation labs and have their enrollment questions answered by a team of program directors and representatives from Admission.

Tags:

20200427

Recent News

Women’s Lacrosse Tops Two Ranked Opponents, Coach Field Claims All-Time Wins Record

Read the Article

Fairfield StartUp Teams Announced for April 25 Showcase

Read the Article

Janet Canepa '82 to Receive Distinguished Faculty/Administrator Award, April 3

Read the Article

School of Education and Human Development Programs Top Forbes and College Factual Rankings

Read the Article

Quick to Present Pianists Dr. Orin Grossman and Guilia Contaldo for An Afternoon in Paris 

Read the Article

Austin Campus Honors Students at Clinical Initiation Ceremony

Read the Article

DiMenna-Nyselius Library Joins National Commemoration of Frederick Douglass Day

Read the Article

Search Results