Program Overview

 A student looking down the throat of a sim patient.
A student looking in someones ear.
 A nursing student practicing using an IV
 A nursing student practicing on a patient.
A student checking a patients vitals.
The professor helping a student learn how to take a patients vitals.
A student taking a patients blood pressure.

Miami University's nursing program opens the door to a rewarding health care career.

A Miami nursing degree will give you career mobility in many different health arenas, as well as schedule flexibility, with plenty of opportunities to work part-time, full-time or flex-time. In addition, the need for nurses is growing at a steady rate.

The Department of Nursing is located on Miami University's Hamilton and Oxford campuses. This department offers a baccalaureate nursing program: Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) and two graduate programs: Master of Science in Nursing (MSN) and a Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP).

During clinical placements, students of Miami’s nursing program benefit from a variety of outstanding experiences in health care systems, including acute care, long-term care, rehabilitation, pediatrics, and community agencies.