Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education


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Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education

 (CCNE)
an autonomous accrediting agency whose mission includes the assessment and identification of nursing programs that engage in effective educational practices, having a scope of the institutions of higher education in the United States. Its mailing address is One Dupont Circle NW, Washington, DC 20036, and its phone number is 202-887-6791.

Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education (CCNE)

an autonomous accrediting agency whose mission includes the assessment and identification of nursing programs that engage in effective educational practices, having a scope of the institutions of higher education in the United States offering nursing programs at the bachelor's, master's and doctor of nursing practice level.
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