The Lewis-Clark State College baccalaureate degree program in nursing has been granted continued accreditation for another 10 years by the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education.
The commission began its accreditation evaluation last September virtually where it reviewed the program. The review focused on the four standard areas of program quality – mission and governance, institutional commitment and resources, curriculum and teaching-learning practices, and assessment and achievement of program outcomes. After conducting interviews with faculty, students, and other stakeholders, and reviewing the program self-study and other reports, the board granted accreditation for another 10 years – through 2031.
This fall Lewis-Clark State is offering a graduate level 13-credit nursing management and leadership certificate. It’s the first graduate program in the college’s 128 year history. (Lewis-Clark State College)