Byrdine F. Lewis School of Nursing and Health Professions

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The Byrdine F. Lewis School of Nursing and Health Professions is the nursing school and school of allied health professions at Georgia State University.

History[edit]

The school is named after Byrdine F. Lewis, the mother of Kenneth Lewis, a former CEO of Bank of America and an alumnus of Georgia State. Ken's mother was a nurse, and he donated $2.5 million as an endowment in her honor. [1] The school was originally part of the College of Health and Human Services, but was restructured to its current configuration.

Degree programs[edit]

Nursing[edit]

The school offers degrees in nursing leading to eligibility to become a registered nurse or an advanced practice registered nurse.

Undergraduate[edit]

Graduate[edit]

  • Post-Master’s Certificate

Nutrition[edit]

The school offers degrees in clinical nutrition leading to eligibility to become a registered dietitian

Undergraduate[edit]

Graduate[edit]

Physical therapy[edit]

The school offers the Doctor of physical therapy degree.

Respiratory therapy[edit]

The school offers degrees in respiratory therapy leading to eligibility to become a Certified Respiratory Therapist or Registered Respiratory Therapist

Undergraduate[edit]

Graduate[edit]

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