College of Nursing

Innovative Education Meets Real-World Care.

Nursing careers are expected to grow as much as 15% over the next decade, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics. Roseman University’s College of Nursing provides real-world training and applications in a variety of programs to prepare professionals for an exciting and rewarding career in nursing. Our options include Master of Science in Nursing/Family Nurse Practitioner (MSN/FNP) for nursing professionals, and an accelerated Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) either on-campus or through a hybrid-online program.

Why choose nursing?

Accelerated Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN)

For those seeking an entry-level career in nursing, our accelerated BSN programs prepare students for contributing to various areas in the healthcare industry. Students must first meet specific prerequisites to apply to the program and take a pre-admission test also known as the Test of Essential Academic Skills (TEAS). Our accelerated on-campus and hybrid online BSN programs are available for students who are looking to complete their studies sooner. By the completion of the program, which takes less than 18 months for the on-campus and hybrid online programs, graduates can assume the legal, professional, and ethical responsibilities that are part of the Nurse Practice Act and officially become a nurse after successfully passing the National Council Licensure Examination for Registered Nurses (NCLEX-RN).

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Application Open Dates

  • June 2024 BSN Cohort – opens 11/1/23, closes May 1st, 2024
  • August 2024 On campus BSN Cohort – opens 8/10/23, closes June 1st, 2024
  • October 2024 BSN Cohort – opens 5/1/24, closes August 1st, 2024
  • February 2025 BSN Cohort- opens 8/1/24, closes Nov 1st, 2024

*The College of Nursing employs a rolling admissions process. Classes may be filled prior to the deadline indicated. Please contact the Admissions and Enrollment Office to determine if classes have been filled.

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Master of Science in Nursing/Family Nurse Practitioner (MSN/FNP)

Lead. Practice. Increase access to quality healthcare. Earn your MSN/FNP in 24 months online.

The Master of Science in Nursing/Family Nurse Practitioner (MSN/FNP) graduate program focuses on expanding students’ knowledge further through practical primary care to patients of all ages. Courses cover such topics as pathophysiology, pharmacotherapeutics, family practice management, and didactic and clinical coursework in pediatric and adult-gerontology. In addition to education in the classroom, students must also complete a predetermined number of clinical hours. This course of study is beneficial to those who are looking for a professional career as a nurse practitioner.

  • Not accepting applications at this time.

The College of Nursing Admissions and Enrollment Office will notify an applicant via e-mail upon receipt of an application. Applications will be reviewed in the order received.

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Doctor of Nursing Practice in Nurse Anesthesia (DNPNA)

Welcome to Roseman University College of Nursing’s Doctor of Nursing Practice in Nurse Anesthesia (DNPNA) program, a transformative educational experience designed for aspiring nurses seeking to embark on a fulfilling journey toward becoming a Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetist (CRNA). Developed specifically for those holding a Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) degree or an equivalent baccalaureate qualification, Approved by the Council on Accreditation of Nurse Anesthesia Educational Programs (COA), this innovative 36-month, full-time, year-round hybrid-online program will be taught using Roseman University’s Six-Point Mastery Learning Model®, equipping graduates with the knowledge, skills, and clinical expertise needed to excel in the dynamic field of nurse anesthesia.

Roseman’s DNPNA program will offer a unique blend of in-person and online learning, ensuring flexibility and accessibility without compromising on the quality of education. Join us in this exciting educational endeavor and take your first step toward a rewarding and impactful career in nurse anesthesia.

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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. This is the concept of mastery learning.

Classroom As Teacher

Block Curriculum

Active & Collaborative Learning

Competency-Based Education

Assessment Learning

Early Experiential Learning

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About the College of Nursing

Learn more about the Roseman University College of Nursing, from accreditation and licensure to important policies and campus safety.

Why Choose Nursing?

There are a myriad of reasons why a nursing career is a viable and rewarding choice for a professional career, and nurse salary is competitive. Here are some things to consider as you determine whether it is the right career path for you.

Faculty & Staff

Joann Anacta, MSN, RN

Adjunct Faculty
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Camila Ayers-Montero, BA

Admissions Recruiter
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Joanne Braga, MSN

Adjunct Faculty
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Mehnaz Bukhari, MSN

Adjunct Faculty
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Tamra Carley, MSN, RN

Assistant Professor
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Shanda Clark, PhD, RN

Assistant Dean, Curriculum & Assessment
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Nori Daza

Administrative Assistant
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Andrea Deus, BS

Clinical Coordinator
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Erik Dillon, EdD, MAEd, BA

Assistant Dean for Inclusive Excellence
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Robert Firestone, BSN

Adjunct Faculty
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Robert Fox, BS, MSN

Assistant Professor
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Irene Gob, BSN, MSN

Adjunct Faculty
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Yolanda Guess, MSN

Adjunct Faculty
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Ana Guevara

Administrative Assistant to the Dean
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Kristen Harris, MSN

Adjunct Faculty
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Quentin Hart, MSN, RN

Adjunct Faculty
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Bethany Hayward, MSN-L, RN, CEN

Assistant Professor and Skills Lab Coordinator
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Robin Hoover, MSN, RN

Adjunct Faculty
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Kori Hunt, MSN, RN, CNE

Associate Professor
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Wendy Huynh, MSN, RN

Adjunct Faculty
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Judy Jones, DNP, FNP-BC

Director, Family Nurse Practitioner Program
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Georgene Kreger, BSN, MSN

Assistant Professor and Skills Lab Coordinator
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Nancy Kruzik, MSN, RN

Adjunct Faculty
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Donna Laffee

Clinical Coordinator
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Shamar Lejardi

Director, Simulation & Laboratory
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Jason Major, DNP, MSN, FNPBC, APRN

Interim Director of Family Nurse Practitioner Program
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Nicole Martin

Administrative Assistant
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Stephanie Mastin, MSN, RN, CCRN

Assistant Professor and Skills Lab Coordinator
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Natalie Maughan, MSN-Ed, RN

Assistant Professor and Lab/Simulation Coordinator
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Lindsey Moffat, RN, BSN, MSN Ed

Assistant Professor/ Skills Laboratory Coordinator
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Juliana Morone, BSN, MSN

Assistant Professor
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Jennifer Morris, MSN, RN, WHNP-BC, CNM-BC

Nursing Skills Lab and Simulation Coordinator
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Zylina Nhan, BS

Admissions Specialist
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Amanda Okolo, JD, RN

Adjunct Faculty
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Laura Okolo, DNP, MSN, FNP-BC

Graduate Practicum Coordinator
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Brian Oxhorn, PhD, MSN, RN

Dean & Associate Professor
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Sheila Parker, RN, MSN

Assistant Professor
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Jessica Powell, DNP

Assistant Professor, Skills Lab Coordinator
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Jason Reese, MSN, RN

Adjunct Faculty
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Jasmine Riley, BA

Admissions Specialist
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Leila Romero, MSN, RN

Adjunct Faculty
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Liz Romrell, MSN, RN

Adjunct Faculty
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Kristine Russell

Administrative Assistant/ Clinical Coordinator
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Anja Ryssaert

Admissions Specialist
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Enjoli Smith, AA

Admissions Specialist
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Stacey Smith, RN, MSN

Director Clinical Resources
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Portia Spann

Graduate Admissions Specialist
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Bradley Stelflug, DrAP, MBA, MSN, CRNA

Assistant Director, Nurse Anesthesia Program
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Brandy Sylvester, MSN

Adjunct Faculty
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Victor Venegas, MSN

Assistant Professor
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Melissa Willden, MSN

Assistant Professor
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Suzanne Winslow, DNP, MSN ED, BSN

Associate Dean, Academic & Student Affairs
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Jamie York, AS, BS, MS

Acting Associate Dean Academic & Student Affairs
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