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 Excellence

In Nursing Programs

Accreditation by the American Association of Colleges of Nursing Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education acknowledges the outstanding quality in Miami's BSN program. Job placement and employers' evaluations of nursing graduates are excellent. Miami nursing graduates also have a high pass rate on the state licensure examination. Our new graduate programs will seek accreditation from the CCNE. Following CCNE’s accreditation process, both programs are anticipated to have full approval applied to the first graduating class. MSN anticipated full accreditation in Fall 2023. DNP full accreditation in Fall 2025.

In Faculty

The nursing faculty are highly qualified both academically and clinically. All nursing faculty hold either master of science or doctoral degrees. Faculty enhance their teaching effectiveness by maintaining clinical practice, attending educational seminars, and presenting their scholarly work and research. Learn more about our faculty and staff.

In Resources

The Nursing Resource Centers (NRCs) are staffed by Master's prepared directors and student employees.  The Centers are sites for learning essential nursing skills using low-fidelity manikins, audiovisual materials and other medical equipment.  The Centers also have high-fidelity simulation manikins which are used in nursing theory courses to add greater depth to student learning by simulating patient experiences.