Program Offerings

Faculty and Staff

Contact us and learn more about our faculty.

Study Abroad

Explore the overseas options Nazareth offers and learn more about programs specifically for nursing and health and human services students.

  • Belize: Nursing Service Program
  • Finland for one or two semesters. Two semesters makes you eligible for a dual degree and for licensure in the European Union. With planning, dual degrees can be completed within the four-year nursing program.


Labs and clinical facilities at Nazareth.

Pi Psi Chapter

Pi Psi is the Nazareth chapter of the Sigma Theta Tau International honor society for nursing.

Nursing Club

Run by the Undergraduate Association, students of all majors are invited to join and participate in the Nursing Club to gain knowledge of the importance of health care issues related to nursing. The Nursing Club promotes expanded visibility and growth of the nursing profession; and encourages high personal standards, leadership, and fellowship among members. Some recent activities include:

  • Assist with campus-wide blood drives
  • Health metrics for Special Olympics participants
  • Adoption of a family for the holidays
  • Participation in community health fairs

The student-run Nursing Club has peer-elected officers and is supported by a faculty advisor.

Public Health Week

Faculty and students host educational talks and events each year during the first week of April, which is National Public Health Week.

Mission and Vision


The mission of the Nazareth University Nursing Department is to educate and prepare students for culturally congruent nursing practice, leadership in service to the community, and commitment to a life informed by intellectual, ethical, and aesthetic values.


The Nazareth University Nursing Department will be recognized for its excellence in providing culturally competent Nursing education in a safe and supportive environment that places special emphasis on clear communication and interprofessional collaboration in order to effectively serve local and global communities.


The goals of the Nazareth University Nursing Department are to prepare culturally competent professional nurse generalists who:

1. Provide culturally congruent nursing care to individuals, families, and communities in and across all environments;

2. Possess broad knowledge of the humanities, biological and social sciences, and nursing; and

3. Demonstrate leadership in nursing practice and scholarship.

Student Learning Outcomes

See the catalog: Nursing Major

Career Development

Search for jobs, get advice on your resume and cover letter, and learn about professional development opportunities through the Career Services of the Center for Life's Work at Nazareth.

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The baccalaureate degree program in nursing at Nazareth University is accredited by the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education (

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Nazareth is among a select group of top colleges and universities across the country hand-picked to earn a Top Nursing Colleges of Distinction for its programs that are well rounded, highly accredited, and focused on student success.