Chamberlain College Restructures to Include Health Care Education Programs

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Chamberlain College Restructures to Include Health Care Education Programs


Byline: Business Wire

DOWNERS GROVE -- Chamberlain College of Nursing officials announced it will broaden its scope of health care education with the establishment of Chamberlain University and the launch of a Master of Public Health (MPH) degree program. Under the new Chamberlain University structure, the pre- and post-licensure nursing degree programs will fall under the existing College of Nursing, while the Master of Public Health program will be a part of a new College of Health Professions.

Chamberlain University builds upon the legacy of Chamberlain College of Nursing and fulfills a vision of extending its mission to educate, empower and embolden diverse health care professionals who advance the health of people, families, communities and nations.

"For more than 125 years, Chamberlain College of Nursing has worked to transform health care through the preparation of extraordinary nurses," said Susan Groenwald, Ph.D., RN, ANEF, FAAN, president of Chamberlain University. "The establishment of Chamberlain University and the College of Health Professions is a natural evolution of our vision and will benefit our students and society.

Chamberlain's new MPH degree program enhances the continued focus of providing health and wellness education, improving health care policy and collaborating with others to achieve a culture of health through interdisciplinary collaboration and making health a shared value across communities. …

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