College of Nursing and Health Science
The College of Nursing and Health Science was formed in 1993 and brings together programs in Nursing and Health Science. The mission of the college is to equip professionals to provide leadership, care, and services related to wellness and quality of life through promotion of physical, social, and environmental health. Graduates practice a variety of roles in settings that are complex, multicultural, and constantly changing. The college is a resource for health promotion to the university as well as to the citizens of the commonwealth of Virginia.
Rita M. Carty, Dean
Myra H. Fisher, Assistant Dean for Administration
Georgine M. Redmond, Associate Dean
for Undergraduate Programs
James Vail, Associate Dean for Graduate Programs
Rosemarie C. Brenkus, Assistant Dean for Student Academic Affairs
Professors: Ailinger, Butler, Carty (Dean), Cary, Dear, Feeg, Johnson-Brown, Metcalf, Liu, Silva, Walker, Wakefield
Associate Professors: Choi, Douglas, Gaffney, Hale, Harper, Jenkins, Kaseman, Maddox, Moore, Noble, Redmond, Sorrell, Trainor, Vail, Yi
Adjunct Associate Professors: DeLeon, Johnson, Norton
Assistant Professors: Boland, Boyd, Brenkus, Cianci, Conti, Fisher (Assistant Dean), Kodadek, Langley, Normile, Rigney, Roberts, Rudowski, Williams, Wu
Adjunct Assistant Professor: Barry
Instructors: Bogard, Buncher, Cofer, Dawson, Durham, Langan, Maradiegne, Merritt, Miklancie, Moss, Urban, Venske
Lecturers: Burch, Brown, White
Most general education requirements within the Nursing and Health Science programs may be met through George Mason University's Plan for Alternative General Education (PAGE). Additional courses are required to meet all general education requirements while the students are enrolled in the PAGE program. Check with the college or the PAGE office for more information. PAGE courses will not be available after May 1998.
The George Mason University Student Health Services is operated through a partnership between the College of Nursing and Health Science and the Office of Student Services.
The College of Nursing and Health Science offers all course work designated NURS and HSCI in the Course Descriptions section of this catalog.
The university requires all students to complete at least one course in their majors designated "writing intensive" at the 300 level or above. Students majoring in Nursing will fulfill this requirement by successfully completing NURS 465.
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