Jodi Boling, M.S.N.
Senior Core Faculty,
Department of Healthcare
Jodi Boling is a registered nurse with 23 years of experience in neuro/trauma critical care. She has worked as a clinical nurse specialist in adult health, working with neurosurgery and neuroscience patients for a local hospital doing program development for the hospital and community outreach programs. Her experience led her to work for a medical device company as a national educator for non-invasive hypothermia for post-cardiac arrest. For the past 11 years she has been a full time nursing professor with experience in medical surgical nursing; assessment; and multicultural death and dying. She has also served as a course coordinator for a variety of courses.
Ms. Boling loves the outdoors and spending quality time with her husband and two young sons.
Master's in Advanced Practice Nursing
Bachelor's in Nursing
- Multicultural approaches to death and dying
- Nursing assessment strategies
- Health education
M.Ed. in Health and Wellness Education Master of Education
The Master of Education in Health and Wellness degree will help you teach others about healthy life choices. You will learn about a wide range of health topics, and how to assess a community or an organization to determine health education priorities. Once you graduate, you will be prepared to take the Certified Health Education Specialist (CHES) exam.
Master of Healthcare Administration Master of Science
Registered Nurse to Master of Science in Nursing Master of Science
Turn your RN into an MSN with this accelerated program that also allows you to earn a bachelor’s degree on the way to your master’s. Designed to help you excel in evidence-based decision making, informatics, global perspectives and innovative thinking, this program prepares graduates to serve in educational or administrative roles in nursing.
B.S. in Healthcare Administration Bachelor of Science
Designed for individuals with an associate's degree or some college credit, this bachelor’s degree completion program gives you a direct pathway toward earning a bachelor’s degree.* You will learn the skills necessary to work in growing field of healthcare administration.