Eleanor Mann School of Nursing
Welcome to the Eleanor Mann School of Nursing at the University of Arkansas. The School of Nursing is delighted you are browsing for information about our school. I invite you to use this Web site as a source to learn more about our educational programs, faculty and student accomplishments, and other resources. Nursing is a magnificent rewarding profession, one that offers a lifetime of career opportunities and satisfaction. I hope you select the Mann School of Nursing as a vehicle to achieve your learning and profession goals.
Nursing education programs at the Fayetteville campus programs began more than 30 years ago with initiation of the associate degree program. To meet society's needs for a more highly educated nurse, the faculty developed a Bachelor of Science in Nursing program in 1992. The BSN achieved its goal of enrollment growth by admitting twice a year. Another milestone achievement is the charter Master of Science in Nursing class that graduated in spring 2007. The program prepares clinical nurse specialists for adults with medical-surgical health problems. A nursing educator option is available for those interested in teaching.
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