Explore the broad expanse of majors offered through the William Preston Turner School of Nursing.

You may also learn more about Lander’s programs of study and course offerings in the Academic Catalog.

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B.S.
Undergraduate
Main Campus | Online

Health promotion and wellness professionals emphasize improvements in diet, activity, behavior, and attitude to promote wellness and prevent illness. This degree is designed to prepare a workforce to help individuals, families, and communities maintain personal health.

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B.S.
Undergraduate
Main Campus | Online

Health promotion and wellness professionals emphasize improvements in diet, activity, behavior, and attitude to promote wellness and prevent illness. This degree will prepare graduates to pursue graduate education for genetic counseling.

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B.S.N.
Undergraduate
Main Campus

The purpose of the nursing baccalaureate (prelicensure) program is to prepare students for professional nursing roles of care provider, leader, consumer of research, applicant for advanced study, and contributing member of the nursing profession.

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M.S.N.
Graduate
Online

This online graduate-level program prepares clinical nurse leaders to address the healthcare needs of the 21st century by implementing outcome-based practice through management of care systems, quality improvement strategies,  utilization of technology, and advanced clinical reasoning.

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Certificate
Online

The Genetic Health Studies Certificate program is intended for Health Promotion and Wellness majors who are interested in studying the role of genetics and genomics in the promotion of health and preventing disease.

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B.S.N.
Undergraduate
Online

The R.N. to B.S.N. completion option features a practical, Web-based delivery. You can access classes at any time of day while acquiring professional-level knowledge and skills to practice nursing in traditional and diverse settings. You’ll also be prepared to enter graduate study in nursing and related fields.

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Minor
Main Campus
  • Health Promotion