BALTIMORE – Notre Dame of Maryland University is expanding access to higher education for students with a new need-based financial aid program that provides an institutional grant to bridge the gap
Nurses are called to care through advocacy, action, and building trusting relationships. Caring and compassion serve as the foundation of our nursing practice.
The Bachelor of Science in Nursing and Master of Science in Nursing degree programs at Notre Dame of Maryland University are accredited by the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education (http://www.ccneaccreditation.org).
Starting this Spring, Notre Dame of Maryland University will welcome qualified male nursing students to transfer into the full-time, entry-level Bachelor of Science in Nursing program at the Junior level. This program is traditionally comprised of undergraduate students, with classes held during the day. NDMU is proud to do our part to prepare competent future nurses to help address the nursing shortages we are experiencing in Maryland and across the country.
The Notre Dame of Maryland University Bachelor of Science in Nursing program was recognized among the 2023 U.S. News & World Report top undergraduate nursing programs in the country.
No matter where you are on your journey to care for others, we have a program to meet your needs.
The Center for Caring with Technology’s three simulation labs, equipped with computer-powered human simulator mannequins, allow students to practice nursing skills and develop clinical reasoning in a realistic and risk-free environment.
Are you on the path to School of Nursing and want to know what Notre Dame of Maryland University has to offer? Check out upcoming opportunities to speak to an admissions recruiter including webinars and virtual chats.