Educate Tomorrow's Nurses
The Duquesne University School of Nursing is widely recognized as a pioneer in nursing education. Students receive exceptional, hands-on learning in our state-of-the-art Learning and Simulation Center, in addition to our 21-week clinical immersion program. Additionally, all undergraduate and graduate nursing students have an opportunity to experience another culture through our study abroad programs.
We also value the teacher-scholar model. Our faculty are active in scholarship and research, simultaneously supervising student research.
About Being an Undergraduate Adjunct Clinical Instructor
15-week clinical assignments are typical for fall and spring semesters. Instructors work a minimum of eight hours per day (depending on the clinical course) and a maximum of three days per week.
We encourage committed nursing professionals across the care continuum including:
- Fundamentals of Nursing Practice
- Adult Health & Illness for Adults
- Gerontological Nursing
- Critically Ill
- Health Assessment
- Maternal-Newborn Health
- Children's Health (Pediatrics)
- Behavioral Health
- Population Health
Along with many community health assessment sites, clinical sites include UPMC and Allegheny Health Network facilities, and other hospitals across Southwestern Pennsylvania.