The School of Nursing offers the Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN), Bachelor of Science and Bachelor of Arts in Disaster Healthcare Mission Management (non-nursing major, DHMM), and the Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP). These programs prepare healthcare professionals who demonstrate confident leadership in providing excellent and compassionate care across the world. The School has a special affinity for vulnerable and disadvantaged populations, especially in rural and global settings and disaster situations.   

Look Inside

Take a quick tour of the School of Nursing Building, home to the faculty and students in Nursing and Disaster Healthcare Mission Management.
School of Nursing

John Hixon

John Hixon, a nursing major from Cleveland, Tennessee, is involved with Tau Kappa Omega and the National Student Nurses’ Association. He also volunteers as an assistant Track and Field coach at Ocoee Middle School. “One of the things I’ve loved best about Lee is growing as a person and as a soon-to-be nurse with my friends.” After graduation, he plans to stay close to home, work in an intensive care unit for a couple years, and then go on to graduate school to become a certified registered nurse anesthetist.