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. The School of Nursing's offices are located in the Urban Life Building, along with the College of Law.

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]

References[edit]

Coordinates: 33°45′08″N 84°23′07″W / 33.752103°N 84.385283°W / 33.752103; -84.385283