TROY’s Online MSN program ranked among the nation’s best

TROY's online MSN program was ranked 36th best in the country by Fortune Education.

TROY's online MSN program was ranked 36th best in the country by Fortune Education.

Troy University’s online Master of Science in Nursing (MSN) program has been ranked among the nation’s best by Fortune Education.

TROY’s program came in at 36th in the Best Online Master’s in Nursing Programs 2022 rankings, which examined three components – selectivity, success including examination of retention and graduation rates, and demand.

The MSN program…

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TROY’s School of Nursing receives renewed funding for Nurse Faculty Loan Program

The Nurse Faculty Loan Program seeks to increase the number of qualified nursing faculty.

The Nurse Faculty Loan Program seeks to increase the number of qualified nursing faculty.

A Troy University School of Nursing program aimed at increasing the number of qualified nursing faculty in Alabama has for the third straight year received funding from the Health Resources and Services Administration of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services.

The Nurse Faculty Loan Program provides funding to accredited schools of nursing to…

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Troy University to offer night Associate in Nursing degree classes at Montgomery Campus

The new nighttime Associate of Nursing Degree program will kick off at TROY's Montgomery Campus this fall.

The new nighttime Associate of Nursing Degree program will kick off at TROY's Montgomery Campus this fall.

Troy University is expanding its Associate’s in Nursing degree program on its Montgomery Campus to include nighttime classes in an effort to more effectively meet the demand for nurses in the River Region and provide greater opportunities for students.

The first nighttime ASN classes will be offered this fall with a second cohort beginning in…

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Nursing, social work students participate in medical simulations with Wallace, ACOM

Students worked together to assess, treat and provide resources to patients.

Students worked together to assess, treat and provide resources to patients.

Troy University social work and nursing students participated in a joint Interprofessional Education (IPE) medical simulation day alongside other healthcare students from Wallace Community College-Dothan (WCCD) and the Alabama College of Osteopathic Medicine (ACOM). WCCD hosted the event in its new Health Sciences Simulation Center on Friday.

During the day-long event, students from each institution…

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