Student-to-faculty ratios, teaching loads, and salaries in associate degree nursing programs in the central United States
While much can be found in the literature about what constitutes quality teaching and learning, little published research addresses how to structure faculty workloads to maximize faculty productivity without jeopardizing program quality. This descriptive study provides an initial look at issues of program structure (student-to-faculty ratios in class and in clinical settings, teaching loads for the director and the faculty, and salaries) that most affect the cost of delivery for associate degree nursing programs.
School of Nursing
Costs, Faculty workload, Nursing education
Jones, Donna, Barbara Caton, Joyce DeWitt, Nancy Stubbs, and Esther Conner. "Student-to-faculty ratios, teaching loads, and salaries in associate degree nursing programs in the central United States." Teaching and Learning in Nursing 2, no. 1 (2007): 17-21.
Teaching and Learning in Nursing