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Faculty and students from nursing, education, public health sciences, languages, professional communication, business and other disciplines support and enhance our services, enhance our services, which include health assessments, education and promotion; illness care; health and chronic illness management; and a medical surveillance program.
The Sullivan Center has partnerships with many community organizations, including the City of Clemson and Clemson Community Care.
The School of Nursing Advisory Council is comprised of leaders in nursing and healthcare who provide expertise and guidance to School of Nursing from the perspective of the realities of clinical practice coupled with the vision of theoretical study and research.
In program planning, nursing administrators and faculty focus on the unique needs of different student populations, such as traditional students seeking associate or baccalaureate degrees, RNs who seek the baccalaureate or higher degrees, second career students and nurses seeking a doctoral degree with elements of nursing practice and research.
The education courses are designed to meet your needs if you are interested in staff development or teaching nursing at the college level.
Those interested in national certification for genetics should meet with the graduate coordinator for clinical site selection.
The center provides the practice and demonstration sites; fosters research in teaching, learning and clinical practice; creates the opportunities for collaborative arrangements among nursing education programs and partners in healthcare delivery; amplifies the effectiveness and reach of faculty members, researchers, clinical specialists, practitioners and physicians; and supports nursing students at every level and in every program with innovative equipment, resources and technology. Sullivan Centeris an interdisciplinary health center at Clemson University.
The Sullivan Center allows nurse practitioners to work with teams of physician collaborators, health educators and community outreach programs, nutritionists, counselors and students/interns to promote the optimal health and well-being of clients from diverse backgrounds across the lifespan.
The department does not recommend that students try to work full time and go to school full time.
Students who plan to continue working throughout the program can discuss their options with the graduate coordinator or a faculty advisor.
All classes originate at the University Center in Greenville, SC.