From the Dean
Georgia Baptist College of Nursing of Mercer University
Simply.... the BEST first choice for your nursing career!
As Dean for Georgia Baptist College of Nursing, I would like to personally thank you for your interest in our nursing program. The College of Nursing remains vibrant as we continue the cultivation of new knowledge leading to a multitude of degree opportunities. Our graduates are some of the most sought after professionals in the country and we strive to challenge all of our students to reach their highest potential. In survey after survey, our graduates are held in high esteem by members of the community, our patients, and our colleagues in healthcare. Whether you are a pre-licensure student, RN-BSN student, or a graduate student, an education in nursing offers you the opportunity to invest in a life long career of caring. College of Nursing faculty are immersed in a culture that deeply respects providing quality education to those we teach: nursing students across all degree programs.
Since 1902 we have educated over 8,250 professional nurses for positions at every level of health care. In addition to our pre-licensure program, the College is pleased to offer the RN-BSN, as well as the Master of Science in Nursing degree program (with tracks in Adult-Gerontology Acute Care Nurse Practitioner, and Family Nurse Practitioner), the Doctor of Nursing Practice degree program (BSN to DNP with the FNP or ACACNP, or post-masters with DNP and Adult-Gerontology Acute Care Nurse Practitioner or generalist), and the Doctor of Philosophy (nursing) degree program. The College has established a strong reputation for excellence in scholarship, leadership, education, clinical practice, and service. We invite you to come and evidence the pride, dedication, and commitment shared at Georgia Baptist College of Nursing!
Ready to join the best and the brightest students who enter our College? Consider attending our upcoming Information Sessions by clicking here and finding the right program for you!
Linda A. Streit, PhD, RN
Dean and Professor