The information shared here is intended to provide an overview of Georgia State University’s offerings. For official details on admissions requirements, tuition, courses and more please refer to the university catalogs.
- healthcare administration;
- professional nursing organizations;
- higher education; and
- many practice settings throughout Georgia.
- Nutrition – prepares clinical and public health professionals to teach, conduct research and practice in an inter-disciplinary environment, using evidence-based practice to improve lives.
- Occupational Therapy – prepares students to improve human lives through evidence-based clinical practice and research, delivery of health services in interprofessional settings, community programming, interventions, advocacy and leadership in occupational therapy and rehabilitation.
- Translational Rehabilitation Science – prepares students to discover and disseminate rehabilitation knowledge and improve the quality of life, participation, health, performance and well-being of people with and without disabilities.
- Cardiopulmonary Care – trains students as leaders in the cardiopulmonary field overall and specifically with a focus on advancing the scientific field of respiratory therapy, educating the next generation of respiratory therapists and leading healthcare organizations.
- The role of functional foods
- Macro- and micronutrient metabolism
- Dietary interventions that prevent and improve chronic diseases
- Nutrition research methods
- Leadership and ethics in healthcare
What Is Nursing?Nursing is an art and a science. It is the art of knowing how to balance knowledge and compassion to give holistic care to individuals, families, groups and communities. As a science, nursing requires a wealth of knowledge and critical-thinking skills necessary to provide safe, effective, culturally competent medical care. The Perimeter College Department of Nursing became an administrative unit of the Georgia State University School of Nursing in 2016.
The associate degree path to nursing is now the Georgia State University School of Nursing Associate Degree Program, Perimeter College.
The associate degree courses continue to be housed at the same campus locations, and admissions standards and program costs remain the same.
For more information on the change, visit the School of Nursing website.
- The program is designed for master’s and bachelor’s prepared nurses. We also invite D.N.P.-prepared nurses to apply to the Ph.D. program. (For D.N.P.-prepared nurses, course credit may be given for previous coursework.)
- The Ph.D. program is available for full-time and part-time study and with coursework primarily online.
- Students attend a few required on-campus sessions: just two days in the fall and spring semesters.
- The web-based classes are a combination of real-time (synchronous or live) and on-demand (asynchronous) classes.
- Research, clinical and administrative faculty positions in nursing schools nationwide
- Leadership and executive positions in corporate hospital systems and healthcare organizations
- Adult-Gerontology Primary Care Nurse Practitioner
- Pediatric Primary Care Nurse Practitioner
- Family Nurse Practitioner
- Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioner