Mollie H. Manning, Assistant Professor
"Students should be prepared to learn valuable resources and skills necessary for the BSN nurse. To prepare for courses, the student should be organized and review course documents regularly."
- DNP — Chamberlain University, expected completion 2019
- MSN — University of Arkansas, 2015
- BSN — University of Phoenix, 2013
- AAS Nursing — Phillips Community College of the University of Arkansas, 2007
- Co-authored poster presentation in 2018
- Serves on multiple department, college and university committees
- ACEN peer evaluator
In which online degree programs do you teach?
Which classes do you teach online?
Evidence-Based Practice; Nursing Management; RN to BSN Capstone
What do you want students to learn in your classes?
Nursing management skills, including leadership communication and delegation, are necessary for the BSN nurse. Evidence-Based Practice offers students foundational skills for nursing research. Capstone provides the final course that allows the student to plan a project and implement a change for an identified problem.
What advice would you give to those considering this program?
Students should be prepared to learn valuable resources and skills necessary for the BSN nurse. To prepare for courses, the student should be organized and review course documents regularly.
Why did you start teaching?
Education has been an important aspect of my life. I value the education I received and owe part of my success in nursing to the faculty that taught the courses. I wanted to assist students in meeting educational goals.