Nursing, Faith, & Perry County, AL
Nursing Program Courses
Judson's Sciences Division has a long standing history of success and also oversees pre-professional training for the areas of dentistry, medical technology, medicine, pharmacy, physical therapy, veterinary medicine, and occupational therapy. In addition, all science division students who meet the minimum requirements for graduate schools and professional programs have a 100 percent acceptance rate.
Our graduates have included:
- Tonya Morgan (2010) - Accepted into Osteopathic medicine program, Pikeville College School of Osteopathic Medicine, Kentucky. Plans to be a rural physician.
- Caroline Price (2010) - Rural Medicine Program, University of Alabama.
- Keri Reeves (2009) - Rural Medical Health Program, Auburn University
- Angela Gullard ( 2008) - Ph.D. / M.D. program with $200,000 plus fellowship, University of Alabama at Birmingham
- Lauren Stephens (2008) - M.D. program, University of Alabama at Birmingham
- Rikki Enzor - Ph.D./M.D. program with $200,000 plus fellowship, University of Indiana at Indianapolis
- Rebecca Givens - Masters of Tropical Disease, Tulane University
- Sara Beth Bush - M.D. program, University of Alabama at Birmingham
- Joanna Metcalf - Ph.D. in physical therapy, University of Alabama at Birmingham
"I've traveled to New York City for a conference on women, canoed the Cahaba with my college president, held top offices in SGA and Tri-Beta club, volunteered to help build homes in the local community, and have been accepted to medical school. All of these experiences have made me who I am today."
"Growing up in Marion, I was always aware of Judson's outstanding science department as well as the high success rate of helping women get to medical school. During my freshman year, I worked at the local nursing home as an activities coordinator. After watching the nurses care for the residents, I felt like God was showing me a new path. During fall semester of my sophomore year, Judson announced plans for a nursing program. I was so excited, not only for myself but for the community as a whole. Nursing is one of the top occupations for women, so it's a perfect fit for Judson. After graduation, I will work as a registered nurse (RN) and go on to get my master's in nursing (MSN). After obtaining a master's degree, my plans are to work as a nurse practitioner (NP).
- Tonya Morgan, 2010 graduate
"Judson has been patient with my needs as a student of very little experience in my area of interest: biology. The teachers are always willing to aid in whatever way possible because class sizes are so small. I now have confidence in my classroom settings and in laboratories. I know I will be able to take what I've experienced into the world as a tool for my future."
- Jasmine Baker, 2011 graduate
Judson is the only place where I can achieve my academic goals, maintain a strong relationship with Christ, and participate in traditions that bond us in sisterhood."
- Kasey Barton, class of 2013