For over 100 years, The College of St. Scholastica has been preparing nurses for successful careers in healthcare. The School of Nursing programs respond to the health care needs of both rural and urban areas, especially underserved populations, and residents with mental health needs.
The undergraduate nursing program offers three tracks to complete a baccalaureate nursing major: Traditional Undergraduate, Post-Baccalaureate and RN to BS online. The undergraduate nursing program, which is approved as a licensure-preparing program by the Minnesota Board of Nursing, prepares students for entry-level professional nursing practice. This level of education is based on core knowledge and clinical competency applied through a unique blend of critical thinking, caring, communication and collaboration.
The Doctor of Nursing Practice is offered as a post-master's option for current advanced practice nurses, and a BS to DNP option for baccalaureate-prepared registered nurses. Both options reflect a multidisciplinary design incorporating appropriate graduate-level courses from other disciplines.
In addition, the School of Nursing offers a certificate in Nursing Informatics. This 100% online program provides nurses with a strong background in healthcare informatics, with a focus on making patient information accessible at the point of care.
The College of St. Scholastica Doctor of Nursing Practice Nurse Practitioner Programs are approved by the Minnesota Board of Nursing and the Arizona Board of Nursing.
1200 Kenwood Ave.
Duluth, MN 55811
Julie Anderson, PhD, RN, Dean