Combine Compassion and Expertise
Miami's Nursing program provides a balance of liberal arts and professional nursing courses. Emphasis is on the nursing process for health promotion, prevention, restoration, and maintenance with clients, family, and client groups in community health settings.
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Students will take classes in-person primarily on the Hamilton Campus at the Nursing Innovation Hub.
The demand for nurses is projected to increase more than any other profession due to the increased care needs of the aging population and the anticipated retirement of seasoned RNs in the field. U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics projects a need for over 1 million new nurses in the next decade.
Curriculum and Courses
This program provides a balance of liberal arts and professional nursing courses. Emphasis is on the nursing process as it pertains to health promotion and health restoration for clients, families, and populations in communities and in acute care settings. Students receive an introduction to clinicals at the end of the sophomore year and participate in off-campus clinicals two days per week during the junior and senior years.
Exceptional Clinical Experiences
Our hospital and clinical agencies are located in the Cincinnati, Dayton, Fairfield, Hamilton, Middletown, and Oxford areas, including the following:
- Atrium Medical Center
- Children’s Medical Center of Dayton
- Cincinnati Children’s Hospital
- Fort Hamilton Hospital
- McCullough-Hyde Memorial Hospital
- Mercy Fairfield Hospital
- Miami Valley Hospital
- The Christ Hospital
- West Chester Hospital
Our students have multiple opportunities to partner with organizations to improve health and safety in the local communities. These include projects to improve mental health access, women’s health and education, and pediatric health promotion.
All Miami BSN graduates will be qualified to take the National Council Licensing Examination – RN (NCLEX-RN) to become an RN registered nurse in Ohio or any other state. The BSN program prepares graduates for roles in all areas of nursing, including acute care settings in medical-surgical, maternal newborn, operating room, emergency, and intensive care. Other non-acute care settings that attract our graduates include home care, school nursing, rehab facilities, extended care facilities, health clinics, and public health roles.
"Regardless of where I end up, I'm just excited to start practicing as a nurse. After I gain a few years of experience and decide where my passion lies, I am planning on becoming a nurse practitioner. There are so many routes to take within the nursing profession and it can feel just as overwhelming as it is exciting."
Alaezsha Mayo '21
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of bachelor's degree graduates were employed, furthering their education, serving in the military, or in a service program
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Miami University Regionals offers an education that fits your lifestyle so you can earn a degree that is life-changing. And our open admission policy allows for an environment of diverse learners.
High school applicants must have a composite ACT of 23 or an SAT of 1060 and a cumulative GPA of 3.0. Applications are accepted online via the Regionals BSN Application through December 1 each year. Meeting minimum qualifications does not guarantee acceptance to the nursing program.
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