Informed by a Christian worldview, APU’s nursing school prepares professional nurses for leadership and compassionate, collaborative practice in health care.
Through innovative programs and expert faculty, nursing students engage in challenging discussions, mentoring relationships in small classroom settings, invaluable hands-on experiences in state-of-the-art simulation labs, and a culturally diverse practice environment that includes both study abroad and global research opportunities.
APU nursing students:
- Seek to serve as compassionate healers embracing those in need through a wide variety of service activities.
- Become strategic thinkers, educated as transformational leaders in evolving health care systems.
- Practice from strong ethical principles based on a foundation of Christian values.
- Stand out as difference makers who will change lives.
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The Department of Higher Education welcomed Shaun R. Harper, Ph.D., professor in the Graduate School of Education, as the featured speaker of the Critical Issues in Higher Education seminar in late summer.
Sarah O’Dell ’16 is an academic, who loves to learn. She loves the process of becoming broadly educated and believes it is connected to her calling. Her proficiency in research led to acceptance into MD/Ph.D. programs with still more interviews.
“The idea just came to me,” said Lauren Meyering, ’17, cinematic arts major and director/writer of Foolish Smarts and How to Lose Them, a student film produced as one of APU’s senior capstone projects in the Department of Cinematic Arts.
May 5, 2–3:30 p.m.
May 11, 6:30–7:30 p.m.
Information Meeting:School of Business,Nursing,and School of Behavioral and Applied Sciences – Inland Empire Regional Center
Jun 7, 5:30–7 p.m.