Rethink Education. Rethink Learning. Rethink Mastery. We have helped thousands of students rethink their futures and achieve their dreams in nursing, dental medicine, business, orthodontics, and pharmacy since our inception in 1999. Using the Six-Point Mastery Learning Model, our students succeed and thrive.
College of Dental Medicine - Utah
A smile is the light in the window of the soul. Our dental students have helped countless patients reimagine their smiles, insuring overall health and wellness.I want to be a dentist
College of Dental Medicine - Nevada
Smiling is contagious. Our orthodontic residents have helped countless patients reimagine their smiles by providing high-quality comprehensive orthodontic care.I want to be an orthodontist
College of Medicine
Building. Forming. Creating. An extraordinary chance to build a 21st century curriculum for tomorrow's physicians, to make a lasting imprint on a community, and to impact the healthcare landscape. Patients are always at the center of it all.I want to learn more
College of Pharmacy
Part Scientist. Part Patient Advocate. Part Strategist. Today's pharmacist does much more than prepare medications. A 21st century curriculum emphasizes early patient experience in a variety of real-world settings.I want to be a pharmacist
College of Nursing
Nurses deeply impact the lives of those with whom they provide care. Integrity. Compassion. Humanity. Professionalism. The metaparadigm of nursing, health, person and environment.I want to be a nurse
Master of Business Administration
Entrepreneurship. Leadership. Speed to Market. Flexibility and Innovation. Teamwork. Tomorrow's business leaders need skills that allow them to leverage opportunity, find creative solutions, and act quickly and responsibly.I want to master business
Six-Point Mastery Learning Model
Roseman University strives to produce competent graduates in an educational environment that ensures high levels of achievement from all students, and fosters cooperation and collaboration in the learning process.The Concept of the Six-Point Mastery Learning Model
Classroom as Teacher
We've designed a learning environment that requires students and faculty to be engaged. The hexagonally shaped classroom facilitates participation, with the professor at the center and the student up close, actively participating in the learning process.
Early Experiential Learning
We believe early experiential learning to healthcare professions is crucial in reinforcing classroom learning and building basic clinical skills. Students are placed in clinical practice settings near the beginning of their programs rather than waiting for the completion of one to two years of classroom learning.
Student performance and achievement is determined through frequent and continuous assessment, rather than occasional tests. Assessments given every two to three weeks allow students and faculty to detect misunderstandings early so they may be corrected before moving on to new subjects.
In contrast with typical college learning models, the block curriculum allows students to focus on and master one subject at a time. Students attend class from 8 am to 3 pm daily with exposure to a variety of learning opportunities, such as engaged discussions and group activities.
Active & Collaborative Learning
Active and collaborative learning is key--our students aren’t in class to just listen to a lecture. Instead, discussions, case presentations, simulations, role-playing, debates, group projects and other activities stimulate participation and reinforce learning. The addition of assigned teams encourages cooperation and collaboration that better reflect today’s integrated healthcare environments.
Competency Based Education
We determine student achievement based on high-level competency, to better reflect the high aptitude required of today’s healthcare professionals. Roseman University students are required to achieve 90% in all courses.
Student life isn’t just about studying. It’s a journey in discovery with opportunities to grow personally, doing things like becoming a part of a student organization, taking advantage of world class climbing and skiing, to developing lifelong colleagues through the close partnerships students will build.
Summerlin Campus - 5:30 pm – 7:00 pmNeighborhood Health Series: How Are Medicines Found, and Why Do They Cost So Much?
Join Dr. David Rawlins, PhD, Assistant Professor of Pharmaceutical Sciences in Roseman’s College of Pharmacy as he talks about the unique perspec…
Summerlin Campus - 5:30 pm – 7:00 pmNeighborhood Health Series: Planting the Seed: Tending the Garden, The Path to Starting a Private, Not-For-Profit University
Eighteen years ago, three founders listened to the calls in their community and answered with the development of Nevada’s largest, private, not f…