Director of Graduate Nursing Education
Doctoral degree in Nursing or related discipline and a Master’s degree in Nursing, preferably nursing education.
Leadership experience in higher education administration or leadership in another area for at least two years required. Prior teaching experience in graduate level nursing program is required. Must have a minimum of three years teaching experience in a baccalaureate or higher level institution. Must be eligible for rank at the Associate Professor level or above. Must have recent experience in curriculum development and implementation, preferably in a Master’s Degree program in Nursing.
Dean of Nursing
To provide academic leadership for the graduate nursing program in the area of curriculum development and implementation, admission of graduate students, retention of students, faculty development and evaluation, teaching and learning resources. Is responsible for instruction in the graduate nursing program. Is responsible for assisting the Dean of Nursing in the administration of the graduate nursing program in accordance with the Illinois Department of Financial and Professional Regulations, the Illinois Board of Higher Education, the Higher Learning Commission of the North Central Association, and the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education.
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