Victoria Kyarsgaard

Victoria Kyarsgaard, DNP PHN RNC CNE

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Professor of Nursing
Department:  Nursing

Associate of Arts, University of Minnesota
Bachelor of Science (Nursing), University of Minnesota
Master of Science (Nursing) – Focus in Education, University of Minnesota
Doctor of Nursing Practice, St. Catherine University

Several professional nursing organizations for Women and infants, community health and higher education

Classes Taught:
Pathophysiology; Pharmacology; Childbearing/Childrearing Nursing; Community Health; Nursing Leadership and Management

How Your Program Is Unique:
It is an ideal mix of Christian education with nursing skills and service. We are a unique college with a unique nursing program. I bring excellence to the classroom by offering the best evidence-based curriculum that prepares students as professional generalists.  Drawing on my background, professional experience, and faith, students witness how Christ authors our profession and gives them a foundation for an amazing lifelong ministry caring for fellow human beings created in His image.

Favorite Bible Verse:
“The Lord your God is with you. He is mighty enough to save you. He will take great delight in you. The quietness of his love will calm you down. He will sing with joy because of you.”- Zephaniah 3:17

Before Crown:
My professional certification is in inpatient obstetrics and I have practiced in the area of maternal-child health for most of my career. I have taught A&P, Med-Terms and Nursing Assistant courses at a vocational school and also nursing curriculum.

What Students Say About Your Classes:
Her classes are demanding, even life-changing, and prepare students to step out in life-long learning and service wherever God calls them.

Published Works:

  • Tim J. Bristol and Victoria Kyarsgaard. “Asynchronous Discussion: A Comparison of Larger and Smaller Discussion Group Size.” Nursing Education Perspectives. 33.6 (2012): 386-90. Print.
  • Contributing author, Chapter 10 in Carolyn M. Garcia, Marjorie A. Schaffer, and Patricia M. Schoon. Population-based Public Health Clinical Manual: The Henry Street Model for Nurses. Indianapolis: Sigma Theta Tau International, 2011. Print.