Hunter College’s School of Nursing has been a critical component of the NYC health care community for over 50 years. The School’s undergraduate division consists of three programs leading to the Bachelor of Science (Nursing) degree: Generic, for undergraduate students who do not have an RN license; Accelerated Second Degree for students who have already earned a baccalaureate degree in another field; and RN-BS (Nursing), for those students who have completed an associate degree nursing program and have a current license. In addition, graduate students are enrolled in 10 specialties toward the MS degree and DNP. The School also is a partner in the PhD in Nursing Science program based at the CUNY Graduate Center.
Hunter College’s School of Nursing is the nursing school partner for the Clinical Translational Science Center at Weill Cornell Medical College. This partnership affords nursing faculty with interdisciplinary research opportunities and funding.
Minimum qualifications: Earned doctorate in nursing or related field plus evidence of a distinguished background in clinical practice, demonstrated excellence in teaching and research, unrestricted New York RN license or eligibility.
Preferred qualifications: Doctoral degree in nursing or related field, with a Master’s degree in a clinical specialty in nursing with a distinguished background in clinical practice. Evidence as a distinguished researcher with a program of funded research; record of dissemination of research in high-impact journals and at conferences; national recognition; ability to use technology in research and teaching; excellent interpersonal and communication skills; demonstrated ability to work with students, faculty, communities, and diverse populations; involvement with professional organizations in the discipline.