|Dr. Sandy Carroll, Instructor, Nursing (Masters) |
|Ed.D., California Lutheran University|
M.S.N., Mount St. Mary's College
B.S.N., University of Texas at Arlington
Dr. Sandy Carroll has been adjunct faculty at Mount St. Mary's since 2006. She is a full time, tenured faculty at College of the Canyons where she is lead faculty for beginning medical surgical nursing and facilitates maternal child rotations. She also teaches nursing research and theory in an online format at National University, and is a part time instructor at CSUN teaching a variety of courses. Dr. Caroll received her BSN from the University of Texas, Arlington, her MSN from Mount St. Mary's College, in Los Angeles, and her Ed. D from California Lutheran University, in Thousand Oaks. Her dissertation topic was 'Resiliency as a factor in the successful completion of a CCC-based ADN program.' Dr. Carroll is an ad hoc textbook reviewer; is on the editorial board for Teaching and Learning in Nursing (A publication of the NOADN), is an at large member of Sigma Theta Tau, and is married with three children, as well as three grandchildren.
Courses Recently Taught
- NUR 203- Introduction to Graduate Studies