UPMC Schools of Nursing Curriculum
The nursing curriculum is designed to prepare a graduate capable of practicing professional nursing, at a beginning level, with individuals, families, and groups in a variety of settings. The Tanner's clinical judgment model serves as a framework for the development of clinical reasoning skills. A conceptual model is utilized, emphasizing health teaching and health promotion, with QSEN serving as the framework.
Standard Nursing Curriculum
Support Nursing Courses
As part of the overall curriculum plan, students also take support courses, taught by faculty at local colleges.