Dean of College of Nursing – Position Summary
The College of Nursing Dean provides academic leadership to the College and reports directly to the Provost/Vice President for Academic Affairs (VPAA). The Dean is responsible for, but not limited to: academic governance; external leadership with university, community, and state partners; enhancement of programs; teaching, scholarship and service; professional and regional approval and accreditation, recruitment of faculty, faculty development and evaluation, student recruitment, advising, budget development, and allocation of resources.
The duties of the Academic Dean include, but are not limited to the following:
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Nicholls State University, a member of the University of Louisiana System, is located in south-central Louisiana between New Orleans and Baton Rouge. For more information about the campus and Nicholls, click here.
Nicholls offers the traditional Bachelor of Science in Nursing, as well as articulations for LPN-to-BSN and RN-to-BSN. Additionally, in affiliation with the Intercollegiate Consortium for a Master of Science in Nursing, Nicholls offers three specialty concentrations: MSN- Family Nurse Practitioner, MSN- Psychiatric/Mental Health Nurse Practitioner, and MSN- Nursing Education. To learn more about the College of Nursing, click here.
On an annual basis The College of Nursing averages 800 declared majors with an average of 70 students in the practicum phase of the MSN concentrations, and 460 students in clinical phase of the BSN program.