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In today’s world, we recognize the increase in communication, migration, and interaction among populations around the world. As global health issues increasingly impact the health of all citizens and present challenges for all societies, we believe there is much to learn from and share with nurses in other countries.
The College of Nursing is recognized for academic excellence and offers exceptional opportunities that will best prepare our nursing students to practice professional nursing in a global society.
Kent State University College of Nursing is one of the largest and most comprehensive nursing programs in the United States. You will be instructed by some of the best nurse educators in the nation. Our faculty and alumni have been leaders in some of the United State’s largest nursing organizations, and they have also been instrumental in advancing both nursing research and practice.
Kent State University is located in the heart of the Great Lakes region, conveniently positioned between the large cities of Chicago, New York City and Cleveland. This means that you will be living in a safe community, while still being just a few hours away from some of the largest cities and airports in the United States.
We invite you to learn more about Kent State and see if we’re right for you.
Kent State’s College of Nursing offers students the opportunity to study abroad in multiple countries around the world. Each year, a number of our students travel abroad to earn academic credit and learn about health care services, systems, procedures and policies of other countries.
We encourage you to start exploring our wide range of study abroad programs during your freshman year to allow plenty of time to prepare and plan.
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