Courtney Moline is a Clinical Site Coordinator and Clinical Professor of Nursing at the University of Providence School of Health Professions. She has been a faculty member since 2019, beginning her time at UP as an adjunct before becoming a Clinical Professor of Nursing and Site Coordinator for the Accelerated Bachelor of Science in Nursing program’s Lewistown Montana site.
Moline’s educational background includes a Master of Science Nursing focusing on Nurse Education from the University of Mary and a Bachelor of Science in Nursing from Purdue Global University. Moline wears multiple career hats, continuing to work in healthcare while serving in her role at UP. Moline holds extensive experience and knowledge in the clinical and management nursing field. She is an Infection Preventionist & Acute Care Manager, and Sexual Assault Nurse Examiner. She also served as a Medical Department Manager for approximately ten years.
Her clinical background has allowed her to apply real-world experiences in nursing and healthcare management to her teaching, helping students understand the practical application of nursing theories and concepts.
- Master in Nurse Education, University of Mary
- Bachelor of Science in Nursing, Purdue Global University
- Associate of Science in Nursing, Montana State University
- Infection Preventionist & Acute Care Manager, 2021 – Current
- Sexual Assault Nurse Examiner Coordinator, 2014 – Current
- Medical Department Manager, 2011 – 2021
- Clinical Site Coordinator & Clinical Professor of Nursing, University of Providence, 2019 – Current
- Sexual Assault Nurse Examiner – Pediatric, International Association of Forensic Nurses, Training
- Sexual Assault Nurse Examiner – Adult/Adolescent, Planned Parenthood of Montana, Training
- CPR Instructor, American Red Cross, Certification
- ABSN: Accelerated Bachelor of Science in Nursing
- NRS 313: Nursing Practice Fundamentals
- NRS 372: Nursing Concepts I
- NRS 374: Nursing Concepts II
- NRS 421: Nursing Leadership
- NRS 430: Clinical Concepts I
- NRS 440: Clinical Concepts I
- NRS 450: Transition to Nursing Practice