The Columbia College of Nursing is a nursing school which was initially named as Columbia Hospital School of Nursing and Knowlton Hospital Training School. Established in 1901, the school provides a Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) degree. The college was given accreditation from the Higher Learning Commission (HLC) to independently provide a Bachelor of Science in Nursing degree. The college also has joint programs with Mount Mary University, and students receive a joint degree from both the universities.
Situated in Wisconsin, USA, the college provides a student enrichment center that provides professional assistance to the students in various areas of individual or group tutoring, interactive study group, study skills, time management techniques, testing strategies, and writing support. the student-faculty ratio at the college is 8:1.
The college also makes provision for an Academic Advisor who guides and supports all the undergraduate students from admission to graduation in order to meet their educational aims and academic success. The advisor assists the students by providing time management tips and studying tips that will help them further on. He/she also helps the students maintain a balance in the study patterns and meet the demands and challenges of the college.
The college provides loans, scholarships, and grants to the students and about 92% of students receive financial aid. The scholarship award amount is based on the student’s previous full-time semester GPA.
|Other Courses - 2 Courses||IELTS - Accepted|
TOEFL - Accepted
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|Other Courses - 2 Courses||1.4 - 4 Years||INR 14.9L - 18.6L|
USD 20,400 - 25,336