U.S. News ranked nursing #1 on it's Best Jobs of 2012 list, which is based on the Labor Department's employment projections. RMU's Health Services Administration program was ranked #5 in The Best College's Top 10 Bachelor of Health Management and Health Administration Degree Programs of 2011-12.
Robert Morris University School of Nursing and Health Science is all about you. Your personal growth. Your career. Your success. We believe that individuals matter.
We offer quality academic programs to fit your particular talents, interests and passions.
Our faculty members have real-world experience and serve as mentors to help guide you in your college journey.
Our academic facilities enhance your learning experience, and our many clinical opportunities give you an inside look at your future career path before you graduate.
The B.S.N. degree is a 120-credit program with two different tracks of study, each designed to meet the student's specific needs.
The Traditional Track is designed for high school graduates without a college degree or R.N. licensure. The first two years involve core courses in liberal arts and sciences, with the nursing courses beginning in the second semester of the freshman year. Courses with clinical begin in the junior year. Students in this track are admitted to the nursing program as freshmen or transfer students but must meet progression criteria to advance to clinical nursing courses.
The Second Degree Track is for students who already hold a baccalaureate degree in another field, such as science, humanities, or business. Varying numbers of credits can be filled by advanced placement or transfer credits. Once admitted to clinical courses, students can complete the track in four semesters over 15 months.RN TO BSN (ONLINE)
RMU's Bachelor of Science (B.S.) in Health Services Administration degree (online only) is designed to prepare individuals to gain entry and advance as leaders in a wide variety of health care organizations. The B.S. in Health Services Administration equips individuals with the knowledge and skills necessary to lead organizations in providing better health care for individuals, fostering better health for the population and lowering per-capita costs through improvement.
RMU's B.S. in Nuclear Medicine Technology degree program, developed in keeping with the Institute of Medicine's vision for the future of health care, emphasizes digital technology and new imaging modalities. The program is organized in imaging studies tracks that provide specific instruction in areas such as nuclear medicine technology, computed tomography (CT) and magnetic resonance imaging (MRI). Students complete all coursework and clinical requirements necessary to sit for the Nuclear Medicine Technology Certification Board (NMTCB) or American Registry of Radiological Technologists (ARRT) certification exam.