Registered Nursing, Nursing Administration, Nursing Research and Clinical Nursin at CUNY Graduate School and University Center: Overview

(Rating 2.6 based on 5 reviews)

Award Level

  • Doctor's degree - research/scholarship 14

Number of students

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Men/Women

At the CUNY Graduate School and University Center through Registered Nursing, Nursing Administration, Nursing Research and Clinical Nursin program you can complete degrees of such award levels: Doctor's degree - research/scholarship. The lessons of this program will be held at 365 Fifth Ave.

The average total number of students of all degrees enrolled in this specialty is 14 or more and 7.1% of students are men.

CUNY Graduate School and University Center provides on-campus housing. Students that live on campus typically paying room charge worth 23220$ for academic year. Academic/career counselling and employment services offered for students.

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They don't help no one to grow.👎👎👎👎👎

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This is an awesome program. It will prepare you like no other for taking the Boards and for a career in Nursing. It is true what a previous commenter said here, that 'you will not have a life.' However, if Nursing is to become your life, you need to prepare for it. If not, do not choose to attend Nursing School.

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Gf goes there and she has no life. They overload students with so much work, two thirds fail, half of the rest breakdown under stress. They change policies left and right. Now they're charging $300 per absence in clinical even for a 1st absence, even if you become sick. Nickel and diming is administration's favorite. Don't go here.

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Location

Address: 365 Fifth Ave

Place: Research Universities (very high research activity)

General Phone Number: +2128177000

Institution is active in current year: 1

Institution's internet website address: gc.cuny.edu

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