ETSU, serving 15,000 students, is a Research Intensive university and the flagship health sciences institution for the Tennessee Board of Regents. The College of Nursing (CON) enrolls over 1,000 students. It is one of five colleges within the Academic Health Sciences Center which also includes Medicine, Pharmacy, Public Health, and Clinical and Rehabilitative Health Science.
Academic programs include traditional BSN, RN-BSN, accelerated BSN, LPN-BSN, MSN, BSN-DNP, MSN-DNP, and PhD. Role preparations include clinical nurse leader; family, adult/gero, and psych/mental health nurse practitioner; nursing education; administration; informatics; and executive leadership. A Center for Nursing Research advances faculty scholarship. Ten nurse-managed clinics provide essential healthcare in the region.
ETSU is located in the heart of the southern Appalachian Mountains with beautiful rivers, mountain streams, and lakes. The region surrounding the university is home to thriving cities, historic towns, the birthplace of country music and the International Storytelling Center, and an extensive array of health care agencies and providers in both the rural and urban environments.
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