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Gonzaga University
School of Nursing and Human Physiology

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The School of Nursing and Human Physiology at Gonzaga University offers online degree programs for established professionals who desire to enhance or advance their nursing career through education and study. The accredited programs are led by actively practicing faculty to enhance the learning opportunity with real-world experience and insight into actual scenarios. With 30 years of experience in distance education, Gonzaga University’s nursing program is well established. Online programs include RN to MSN, MSN (for registered nurses with a baccalaureate degree) and doctorate in nursing practice. Gonzaga University is sensitive to the specific support requirements for online students; a dedicated student services team is available to offer assistance and guidance for the distance learner. Available resources include access to libraries, veterans services, school ministry and the career center.

Students Enrolled
658
Programs
3
Resources
  • e-mail services
  • library services
  • campus computer network
  • career placement assistance
  • academic advising
  • bookstore

Contacts

First Name
Lin
Last Name
Murphy
Title
Interim Dean
Phone
509-313-3569
First Name
Lisa
Last Name
Blankinship
Title
Admissions Specialist
Phone
509-313-6241

Parent Institution

Denomination
Roman Catholic
Calendar
Semesters
Control
Private—Religious
Founding Year
1887
Name
Gonzaga University

Contacts

First Name
Lin
Last Name
Murphy
Title
Interim Dean
Phone
509-313-3569
First Name
Lisa
Last Name
Blankinship
Title
Admissions Specialist
Phone
509-313-6241

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Gonzaga University

Spokane, WA

Gonzaga University is a private catholic university located in Spokane, WA. Founded in 1887 by Father Joseph Cataldo, SJ, as an academy for local Native Americans, Gonzaga sits on over 150 acres along the Spokane River. The campus features over 105 buildings in a blended (but not contradictory) style of architecture. Spokane, known as the . . .

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