WEFOUNDMasters of SF: A Biographical Encyclopedia - The Science Fiction Hall of Fame by W. Fraser Sandercombe (26-Aug-2010) Paperback


This program is designed for individuals who possess a non-nursing bachelor’s degree and are seeking to enter the nursing profession. The two year full-time cohort-based program, which includes summer sessions, prepares students to become eligible for the national RN licensing exam (NCLEX-RN) after completion of one and a half years of study and it culminates with a nursing applied research course or a master’s thesis. Graduates will earn a BSN and MSN degree. This School of Nursing/Extended Learning program is open to both California and other U.S. residents. The cost is $675 per unit for the 97 unit program.  Students register and pay for classes via the College of Extended Learning . 

This emphasis prepares students for CNS certification by the California Board of Registered Nursing and the American Nurse Credentialing Center. The CNS is an advanced practice nurse holding a master’s degree with an emphasis in a specific area of clinical nursing. We offer the adult, women’s health, and pediatrics specialty areas.

This emphasis enables students to combine the nursing perspective and principles of business to become effective and successful managers and administrators. Elective courses are taken through the SF State College of Business upon advice and approval of an academic advisor.

The USF MBA experience is built on, and enriched by, the cultural, intellectual, and technological resources of the San Francisco Bay Area — and you’ll advance your career in business with hands-on learning just steps from some of the world’s most groundbreaking companies, organizations, and institutions.

Whether it’s Google, the Federal Reserve, Salesforce, Kiva.org, Cisco, Lyft, or Amazon, our neighbors are a vital component of the School of Management’s downtown San Francisco classroom.

With many of our 40,000+ alumni serving in key roles in local industries, you will have access to the best the Bay Area has to offer.

This program is designed for individuals who possess a non-nursing bachelor’s degree and are seeking to enter the nursing profession. The two year full-time cohort-based program, which includes summer sessions, prepares students to become eligible for the national RN licensing exam (NCLEX-RN) after completion of one and a half years of study and it culminates with a nursing applied research course or a master’s thesis. Graduates will earn a BSN and MSN degree. This School of Nursing/Extended Learning program is open to both California and other U.S. residents. The cost is $675 per unit for the 97 unit program.  Students register and pay for classes via the College of Extended Learning . 

This emphasis prepares students for CNS certification by the California Board of Registered Nursing and the American Nurse Credentialing Center. The CNS is an advanced practice nurse holding a master’s degree with an emphasis in a specific area of clinical nursing. We offer the adult, women’s health, and pediatrics specialty areas.

This emphasis enables students to combine the nursing perspective and principles of business to become effective and successful managers and administrators. Elective courses are taken through the SF State College of Business upon advice and approval of an academic advisor.

The USF MBA experience is built on, and enriched by, the cultural, intellectual, and technological resources of the San Francisco Bay Area — and you’ll advance your career in business with hands-on learning just steps from some of the world’s most groundbreaking companies, organizations, and institutions.

Whether it’s Google, the Federal Reserve, Salesforce, Kiva.org, Cisco, Lyft, or Amazon, our neighbors are a vital component of the School of Management’s downtown San Francisco classroom.

With many of our 40,000+ alumni serving in key roles in local industries, you will have access to the best the Bay Area has to offer.

In addition to regular department faculty, affiliated graduate faculty may sponsor M.S. students. To see a list of these faculty visit the links below to the M.S. concentrations.

At UC San Francisco, we are driven by the idea that when the best research, the best teaching and the best patient care converge, we can deliver breakthroughs that help heal the world.

At UC San Francisco, we don’t just treat diseases, we treat individuals. We put our patients’ priorities at the center of our care, and strive for breakthrough discoveries so that we can improve people’s lives.

UC San Francisco is leading revolutions in health – and those revolutions often start in the lab. From basic science to clinical research, we are constantly pushing scientific boundaries and earning worldwide recognition for our discoveries.

The Physician Assistant program is an intense, full-time, 27-month cohort curriculum with a total of 98 credit hours. A Master of Science degree in Physician Assistant Studies is awarded upon completion of the curriculum and fulfillment of University of Saint Francis Graduate School requirements.

You and your cohort will spend the first 15 months primarily in the classroom, obtaining a foundation of medical knowledge in the areas of basic biomedical science and clinical skills.

Problem-based learning techniques are introduced early in the curriculum and used exclusively in the third and fourth semesters in medical diagnosis and therapeutics courses.

This program is designed for individuals who possess a non-nursing bachelor’s degree and are seeking to enter the nursing profession. The two year full-time cohort-based program, which includes summer sessions, prepares students to become eligible for the national RN licensing exam (NCLEX-RN) after completion of one and a half years of study and it culminates with a nursing applied research course or a master’s thesis. Graduates will earn a BSN and MSN degree. This School of Nursing/Extended Learning program is open to both California and other U.S. residents. The cost is $675 per unit for the 97 unit program.  Students register and pay for classes via the College of Extended Learning . 

This emphasis prepares students for CNS certification by the California Board of Registered Nursing and the American Nurse Credentialing Center. The CNS is an advanced practice nurse holding a master’s degree with an emphasis in a specific area of clinical nursing. We offer the adult, women’s health, and pediatrics specialty areas.

This emphasis enables students to combine the nursing perspective and principles of business to become effective and successful managers and administrators. Elective courses are taken through the SF State College of Business upon advice and approval of an academic advisor.

The USF MBA experience is built on, and enriched by, the cultural, intellectual, and technological resources of the San Francisco Bay Area — and you’ll advance your career in business with hands-on learning just steps from some of the world’s most groundbreaking companies, organizations, and institutions.

Whether it’s Google, the Federal Reserve, Salesforce, Kiva.org, Cisco, Lyft, or Amazon, our neighbors are a vital component of the School of Management’s downtown San Francisco classroom.

With many of our 40,000+ alumni serving in key roles in local industries, you will have access to the best the Bay Area has to offer.

In addition to regular department faculty, affiliated graduate faculty may sponsor M.S. students. To see a list of these faculty visit the links below to the M.S. concentrations.

This program is designed for individuals who possess a non-nursing bachelor’s degree and are seeking to enter the nursing profession. The two year full-time cohort-based program, which includes summer sessions, prepares students to become eligible for the national RN licensing exam (NCLEX-RN) after completion of one and a half years of study and it culminates with a nursing applied research course or a master’s thesis. Graduates will earn a BSN and MSN degree. This School of Nursing/Extended Learning program is open to both California and other U.S. residents. The cost is $675 per unit for the 97 unit program.  Students register and pay for classes via the College of Extended Learning . 

This emphasis prepares students for CNS certification by the California Board of Registered Nursing and the American Nurse Credentialing Center. The CNS is an advanced practice nurse holding a master’s degree with an emphasis in a specific area of clinical nursing. We offer the adult, women’s health, and pediatrics specialty areas.

This emphasis enables students to combine the nursing perspective and principles of business to become effective and successful managers and administrators. Elective courses are taken through the SF State College of Business upon advice and approval of an academic advisor.

The USF MBA experience is built on, and enriched by, the cultural, intellectual, and technological resources of the San Francisco Bay Area — and you’ll advance your career in business with hands-on learning just steps from some of the world’s most groundbreaking companies, organizations, and institutions.

Whether it’s Google, the Federal Reserve, Salesforce, Kiva.org, Cisco, Lyft, or Amazon, our neighbors are a vital component of the School of Management’s downtown San Francisco classroom.

With many of our 40,000+ alumni serving in key roles in local industries, you will have access to the best the Bay Area has to offer.

In addition to regular department faculty, affiliated graduate faculty may sponsor M.S. students. To see a list of these faculty visit the links below to the M.S. concentrations.

At UC San Francisco, we are driven by the idea that when the best research, the best teaching and the best patient care converge, we can deliver breakthroughs that help heal the world.

At UC San Francisco, we don’t just treat diseases, we treat individuals. We put our patients’ priorities at the center of our care, and strive for breakthrough discoveries so that we can improve people’s lives.

UC San Francisco is leading revolutions in health – and those revolutions often start in the lab. From basic science to clinical research, we are constantly pushing scientific boundaries and earning worldwide recognition for our discoveries.

This program is designed for individuals who possess a non-nursing bachelor’s degree and are seeking to enter the nursing profession. The two year full-time cohort-based program, which includes summer sessions, prepares students to become eligible for the national RN licensing exam (NCLEX-RN) after completion of one and a half years of study and it culminates with a nursing applied research course or a master’s thesis. Graduates will earn a BSN and MSN degree. This School of Nursing/Extended Learning program is open to both California and other U.S. residents. The cost is $675 per unit for the 97 unit program.  Students register and pay for classes via the College of Extended Learning . 

This emphasis prepares students for CNS certification by the California Board of Registered Nursing and the American Nurse Credentialing Center. The CNS is an advanced practice nurse holding a master’s degree with an emphasis in a specific area of clinical nursing. We offer the adult, women’s health, and pediatrics specialty areas.

This emphasis enables students to combine the nursing perspective and principles of business to become effective and successful managers and administrators. Elective courses are taken through the SF State College of Business upon advice and approval of an academic advisor.