Report finds extensive problems with MSU-N program
HELENA - The embattled nursing program at Montana State University-Northern is laced with problems ranging from unqualified teachers and questionable training to a bad attitude pervasive among students, a new report has concluded.
The review, ordered by the state Board of Regents after angry nursing students assailed the program last summer, said ''extensive changes in the overall operation of the College of Nursing'' are needed or it could lose national accreditation.
Problems are extensive and involve the credentials and expertise of faculty and administration, faculty salaries, curriculu...
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