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There has never been a better time to be a nurse. Not only do nurses have the opportunity to touch lives every day, they are at the forefront of an exciting health care revolution. In this fast-paced, technologically driven world, patients rely on nurses to make sense of our complex health care system. The nurse is the primary conduit between the patient and medicine, providing care, comfort and compassion.
  • Nursing Education
    If you already hold a baccalaureate degree in nursing, RMU offers a Master of Science in Nursing(M.S.N.) with a concentration in nursing education to prepare you for a career as an educator in health care and academic settings.
  • Nursing (RN to MSN)
    Designed for associate degree or diploma school graduates who would like to move ahead in the health care field, the online R.N. to M.S.N. degree can be completed part-time in as little as three years. Upon completion, graduates will earn both a bachelor's and master's degree in nursing.
  • Leadership in Simulation Instruction Certificate
    The Leadership in Simulation Management certification program (online) prepares health science educators to plan and implement evidence-based simulation instruction and to manage simulation teaching/learning systems.  

  • Family Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioner  (DNP)
    More children and adolescents require treatment for mental health disorders, but a shrinking number of health care providers are available to help them. RMU is one of the first nursing schools in Pennsylvania to offer a nurse practitioners program in Family Psychiatric Mental Health.
  • Adult Gerontology Primary Care CRNP  (DNP)
    Nurses completing the Adult Gerontology program will be propared to provide primary care for young, middle age, and older adults in community and hospital-based primary care clinics, patient’s homes, and in sub-acute/skilled nursing facilities.
  • Family Nurse Practitioner  (DNP)
    Family nurse practitioners approach patients with an understanding of the value of collaborative, family-centered care. The role of the Family Nurse Practitioner has evolved alongside physicians with expanding opportunities for health professions.
  • Nursing Practice (DNP)
    RMU's D.N.P. degree programis clinically oriented, preparing graduates to employ clinical reasoning at the highest level of nursing practice to plan and implement patient care.