We prepare compassionate and professional clinician-scholars committed to transforming the future of nursing through programs grounded in human caring science.

Nurses Who Care, Lead & Serve

The School of Nursing programs are small enough to enhance individual learning through reflective practice, engaging and challenging class discussions, and faculty mentoring; yet large enough to provide life-changing opportunities to help transform the world.

Accreditation

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).

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New Accelerated 2nd Degree BSN

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State-of-the-Art Facilities

The Center for Caring with Technology's simulation labs, equipped with computer-powered human simulator mannequins, provide a realistic and risk-free environment for students to practice nursing skills and develop clinical reasoning.

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Zakk Arciaga
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Best Nurse in Baltimore

Student, NDMU Class of 2019 RN to BSN, Nursing - Leadership in Nursing Administration

Zakk is one of 50 recipients from hundreds of nominees for Baltimore Magazine’s “Best of Baltimore,” issue. “This distinction means so much to me, it is hard to express,” says Arciaga. “It is such an amazing feeling to be recognized by your peers and nominated for just doing what you do.”​

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Recent News & Events

May 19, 2020 Baltimore Sun

NDMU Nursing Student on the Coronavirus Frontlines in NYC

Ricelle Taganas ’20, a medic in the Army Reserves, and two other Maryland nurses served on the frontlines in New York City. Ricelle graduated from the Bachelor of Science in Nursing program in May...

May 13, 2020

Message from President Yam Regarding Fall Semester Plans

This message comes at a time when some governors have begun loosening their stay-at-home restrictions created from the COVID-19 pandemic. Now, Maryland officials are looking ahead to the...