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King College, School of Nursing

King College 1350 King College Road Bristol, TN 37620, (423) 652-4861
The King College School of Nursing seeks to educate students for professional nursing practice by integrating learning, living, and faith in a collegiate environment of academic rigor and Christian nurture and to prepare students for lifelong learning with a theoretical foundation based on Judeo-Christian principles, and the liberal arts and sciences.



Aquinas College, Nursing Department

4210 Harding Place, Nashville, TN 37205, (615) 297-7545
The Aquinas College offers two-degree programs: the entry level program giving an ASN degree, and the RN to BSN completion program. Both degree programs foster personal and professional growth based on the integration and application of the liberal arts and sciences and professional nursing content with a solid foundation in Christian principles.



Vanderbilt University, School of Nursing

Vanderbilt University 461 21st Avenue South, Nashville, TN 37240, (615) 322-4400
Vanderbilt University School of Nursing was one of the first schools to place nurse practitioners and advanced practice nurses in collaborative practices with physicians and within agencies. Vanderbilt also offers multiple entry options into the School of Nursing, including the “bridge” program that has served as a model for schools around the country.



Carson-Newman College, Division of Nursing

Carson-Newman College 1646 Russell Avenue, Jefferson City, TN 37760, (865) 471-2000
Carson-Newman College is a Christian, private, liberal arts institution, located in Jefferson City, some 25 miles east of Knoxville. Its nursing department offers graduate-level programs such as a family nurse practitioner program, a nurse educator program, and post-masters certificate programs.



Middle Tennessee State University, School of Nursing

1301 East Main St # 204 Murfreesboro, TN 37132-0001, (615) 898-2437
Middle Tennessee State University is a comprehensive university that embraces its role as the destination of choice for Tennessee undergraduates while expanding its reach nationally and internationally through signature programs and select master’s and doctoral programs. The University generates, preserves, and disseminates knowledge and innovation and uses scholarship to enhance teaching and public service. The University is committed to preparing students to thrive in their chosen professions and a changing global society.



Belmont University, School of Nursing

Belmont University 1900 Belmont Boulevard, Nashville, TN 37212, (615) 460-6139
Belmont University has a long tradition of preparing excellent nurses who are noted for their holistic approach to caring for individuals, families and communities. The school offers excellent faculty, motivated student colleagues, rigorous curriculum, and varied clinical sites necessary to prepare for work in the challenging healthcare arena. The programs offered are both BSN and MSN programs.



Baptist Memorial College of Health Sciences

1003 Monroe Ave, Memphis, TN 38104, (866) 575-2247
Baptist College of Health Sciences is an accredited college in Tennessee, offering two tracks for attainment of a Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN). One is designed for the student working toward a four-year degree in a traditional day or night and weekend curriculum plan. The other allows licensed registered nurses to complete the bachelors degree through an RN-BSN completion program.



Martin Methodist College

433 W. Madison St, Pulaski, TN 38478, (931) 363-9804
The mission of the Division of Nursing in the Martin Methodist College is to prepare nurses at the baccalaureate level in a collegiate environment of academic rigor, based on the liberal arts and sciences, who are critical thinkers, and lifelong learners in the profession.



Dyesburg State Community College, Division of Nursing & Allied Health

1510 Lake Road, Dyersburg, TN 38024, (731) 286-3200
Dyersburg State Community College is an open-access, learning-centered institution. It is strongly committed to improve the quality of life in the communities served by developing and promoting civic and cultural opportunities. The college offers a 2-year program for an Associate degree in Nursing.



Union University, School of Nursing

Union University 1050 Union University Drive, Jackson, TN 38305, (731) 668-1818
The Union University promises to give its students the finest preparation available in order to confront the challenges of nursing and the healthcare community in the twenty-first century. The students get to use advanced simulators in the lab, and learn about the ethical dilemmas they may face in actual situations.






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