Washington Adventist University Nursing Programs Receive Accreditation
Story by WAU Staff
The baccalaureate degree in nursing and master’s degree in nursing programs at Washington Adventist University have been accredited by the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education.
“We are very pleased with these accreditations, as they reflect the hard work of our faculty and staff, and the high quality of our nursing programs,” says Weymouth Spence, WAU president. “Please join me in congratulating the nursing program faculty and staff for their excellent work.”
Cheryl Harris Kisunzu, provost adds, “In the Adventist tradition, our programs are defined by our commitment to faith-informed distinctive safe nursing practices, as required for holistic learning and abundant living.”
Washington Adventist University offers a baccalaureate degree in nursing as part of the school’s traditional day program. Additionally it offers three master’s degree programs in the University’s School of Graduate and Professional Studies (SGPS), accommodating working adults with an accelerated evening format. The graduate programs include an RN-MSN program, a Master of Science in Nursing and Business Leadership, and a Master of Science in Nursing Education.