Are you considering a career in nursing or another health profession? You have come to the right place! The School of Nursing and Health Professions offers many exciting career opportunities in nursing and numerous other health professions. We offer nine academic programs and multiple tracks in several of the programs:
1. Undergraduate (Pre-licensure) Nursing Program
2. Graduate Nursing Programs
a. RN-BSN Online
b. RN-MSN (with BSN “stop out”)
c. MSN (Graduate)
d. Family Primary Care Nurse Practitioner Track
e. Nurse Educator Track
f. Certificate Program in Nursing Education
3. Radiologic Technology/Diagnostic Medical Sonography Program
4. Social Work Program
5. Thanatology Program (Graduate)
6. Exercise and Sport Science Program
a. Health and Wellness Track
b. Kinesiology Track
c. Athletic Coaching Minor
7. Community Health and Human Services Program
a. Social Welfare Track
b. Thanatology Track
You will have the opportunity to work with exceptional faculty and have transformative clinical and field experiences.
Our mission robustly supports the mission of Marian University and the Sisters of St Agnes, providing an excellent educational experience grounded in the liberal arts. Professional programs prepare students to provide high quality health and social services to individuals, families, and communities with diverse health and social needs. Students get hands-on experience in a top-rated health care community and associated social service agencies; experiences that are enhanced by outstanding facilities that support achievement of professional competencies. Students are provided opportunities to develop skills as leaders who will be successful in transforming the health and well-being of our communities.
These web pages offer you a glimpse of the many exciting opportunities available to you as a student. We warmly welcome you to our university and invite you to explore this site and ask questions. We hope you will chat with our advisors to learn even more about Marian University and how we can make your college experience a joyful and productive journey.
Dr. Linda Matheson, RN
Dean, School of Nursing and Health Professions