Our Academic Programs
Our Faculty and Staff Associates
- 210 faculty and staff associates
- 41 Beta Mu (Tucson) chapter members, Sigma Theta Tau International, the honor society for nursing
- 30 American Academy of Nursing Fellows (FAAN)
- 12 American Academy of Nurse Practitioners Fellows (FAANP)
- 4 American Heart Association Fellows (FAHA)
- 3 Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Nurse Faculty Scholars
- 431 Pre-nursing students (Spring 2017)
- 220 Bachelor of Science in Nursing students (Spring 2017)
- 110 Master of Science for Entry to the Profession of Nursing students (Spring 2017)
- 310 Master of Science in Nursing Clinical Systems Leadership students (Spring 2017)
- 334 Doctor of Nursing Practice students (Spring 2017)
- 73 Doctor of Philosophy in Nursing students (Spring 2017)
- 16 Post-Graduate Certificates students (Spring 2017)
- 1494 Total students (Spring 2017)
- 21% of our entry program students identify as Native American, African American, Hispanic, Asian or Pacific Islander (2017)
- 23% of our advanced program students identify as Native American, African American, Hispanic, Asian or Pacific Islander (2017)
- 12% of our entry program students are male (2017)
- 16% of our advanced program students are male (2017)
Nationally funded by
- National Institute of Nursing Research (NINR)
- National Library of Medicine (NLM)
- National Heart, Lung and Blood Institute (NHLBI)
- Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA)
- American Heart Association (AHA)
- American Cancer Society
- Robert Wood Johnson Foundation (RWJF)
We promote a healing-oriented, whole-person approach to health care. Conditions are clinically treated through a variety of methods, including wellness, lifestyle enhancement, nutrition, and appropriate biomedical therapies.
We work to magnifying the role of integrative nursing and wellness for dealing with cancer. Innovative nursing practice for delivering supportive care for people living with cancer is one of our highest priorities.
Rooted in our College’s tradition of research, theory and intellectual rigor, we focus on preparing students to be future innovators in today’s rapidly changing and information-intensive health care environment.
We're studying the interaction among biological and behavioral processes of brain and other neurological illness/health experiences, with particular emphasis on stroke and cognitive and affective symptoms.
We're researching ways to promote health equity and reduce health disparities through improved illness self-management.
We're working to better understand and prevent disease, and promote health and wellness through interventions.