Traditional UndergraduateBachelor of Science in NursingGraduate and Adult ContinuingNursing Accelerated ProgramBSN-Completion programMaster of Science in NursingCertificate of NursingPost-Masters Nurse Educator
Our nursing program will prepare you for a career, but it will also prepare you for life. It begins with a broad educational foundation in Capital’s liberal arts core curriculum and integrates the strong emphasis in the sciences and ethical thought that are necessary for today’s health practitioners. Capital’s nursing program flows out of a mission to educate professional nurse leaders for lives of service promoting health and healing within a diverse community.
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Throughout your time at Capital, you will have meaningful opportunities to put your newly honed skills into action, benefiting from real-world field experiences with some of the nation’s top-ranked hospitals and health care organizations, located right here in Columbus.Your sophomore and junior years will challenge you with rewarding opportunities for hands-on clinical experience working alongside professionals at the Arthur James Cancer Hospital and Research Institute, Doctors Hospital, OhioHealth’s Grant Medical Center and Riverside, Nationwide Children’s Hospital and St. Ann’s. You’ll gain knowledge and community health experience at places like Faith Mission, Columbus Public Schools, the Franklin County District Board of Health, and LifeCare Alliance, among several others.And as a senior, your learning opportunities could extend far beyond the boundaries of campus and even Columbus to other parts of the world. You’ll have the chance to study in Sweden or Scotland for eight weeks of your first semester. You can choose to complete a short-term exchange program in Guangxi, China. You can spend your spring break serving in medical clinics in Central and South America. Or you can spend weekends in impoverished communities in Appalachia to provide health care to the uninsured or underinsured. With such diverse hands-on experiences, your calling to help others is sure to be fulfilled at Capital.
Whichever path you choose, you will graduate prepared to complete licensure requirements for your profession. You will have developed the critical thinking skills and professional judgment to reach informed decisions on patient care. You’ll possess the confidence and experience to begin making a positive impact on the lives you touch. And you’ll be recruited. By hospitals and healthcare systems eager to hire nurses with bachelor’s degrees. By businesses and other large employers that invest in occupational health nurses to maintain a healthy and productive workforce. By community and home-based care providers who serve populations with special health needs. And even by the armed forces, who commission our graduates as officers. For more information about Capital University’s nursing program, please contact Capital’s Admissions Office at email@example.com or call (888) 544-6175 or (614) 236-6101.
Dr. Ann R. Peden is professor and Dean of Nursing at Capital University. Previously she was a professor at the University of Kentucky College of Nursing in Lexington, Ky.Her research funding includes grants from the National Institutes of Health and the National Institute of Nursing Research and focuses on decreasing negative thinking in individuals at risk for the development of depression. The intervention has been tested with college women, low-income single mothers, pregnant women who smoke, and individuals with heart failure. The intervention continues to be refined and used with a variety of clinical populations. Dr. Peden has presented her findings at the international, national, state and local level.She was selected as on of 60 Visionary Leaders by the University of Alabama at Birmingham School of Nursing. Dr. Peden received the Best of Journal of Nursing Scholarship Award in the Clinical Scholarship category from Sigma Theta Tau International at the 39th Biennial Convention for the article "Testing an intervention to reduce negative thinking, depressive symptoms, and chronic stressors in low-income single mothers," (with M.K. Rayens, L.A. Hall, and E. Grant, 2005) in Journal of Nursing Scholarship. She also is the recipient of an Honorary Award from Her Royal Highness Princess Soamsawali during the International Conference on Health and the Changing World in Bangkok, Thailand, November 2008.
Ph.D - Doctor of Science in Nursing, University of Alabama at Birmingham (UAB)Master of Science in Nursing, University of KentuckyBachelor of Science in Nursing, Texas Woman's University
Below are our majors for traditional undergraduate students.
ARTArt EducationArt TherapyStudio ArtBIOLOGICAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCEBiologyEnvironmental ScienceBUSINESSAccountingBusiness ManagementFinancial EconomicsMarketingCHEMISTRY AND BIOCHEMISTRYBiochemistryChemistryCOMMUNICATIONCommunicationElectronic Media and FilmOrganizational CommunicationPublic RelationsTheatre StudiesCONSERVATORY OF MUSICCompositionJazz StudiesKeyboard PedagogyMusicMusic EducationMusic IndustryMusic TechnologyPerformanceEDUCATIONAdolescent to Young Adult Early ChildhoodMiddle ChildhoodMulti-AgedIntervention EducationENGLISHCreative WritingJournalism and Professional WritingLiteratureHEALTH AND SPORT SCIENCESAthletic TrainingExercise ScienceHealth and Fitness ManagementHISTORYHistoryInternational StudiesMATHEMATICS, COMPUTER SCIENCE AND PHYSICSComputer Science Computer Science - Engineering Dual DegreeMathematicsMathematics - Engineering Dual DegreeNURSINGNursingPOLITICAL SCIENCE & ECONOMICSEconomicsEconomics – Political SciencePolitical SciencePublic AdministrationPRE-PROFESSIONAL STUDIESPre-DentistryPre-LawPre-Law (3+3 Accelerated)Pre-MedicinePre-Occupational TherapyPre-OptometryPre-PharmacyPre-Physicians AssistantPre-Physical TherapyPre-PodiatryPre-Public Health Pre-SeminaryPre-Veterinary Medicine
PROFESSIONAL STUDIESInterdisciplinary StudiesProfessional Studies – Music TechnologyPSYCHOLOGY, CRIMINOLOGY AND SOCIOLOGYCriminologyPsychologySociologyRELIGION AND PHILOSOPHYPhilosophyReligionWorship MinistriesYouth Ministry and Christian EducationSOCIAL WORKSocial WorkWORLD LANGUAGES AND CULTURESFrenchSpanish
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