Marquette University College of Nursing undergraduate and graduate education prepares students for professional leadership roles in many areas. Students obtain training in critical thinking, communication, therapeutic nursing interventions, ethical practice and multicultural competence.
Marquette University College of Nursing’s bachelor of science in nursing programs prepare women and men to be providers of care, leaders of care and members of the nursing profession. Upon graduation, students are well prepared to provide safe, high-quality nursing care, care that encompasses populations of all ages in a variety of health care settings.
Learn about the B.S.N. Program
Our graduate programs offer certificate, MSN and and DNP nursing programs in a variety of specialties both on campus and distance learning on our remote campus in Indianapolis, IN and Pleasant Prairie, WI locations.
Graduate Program Contacts
Lizzie Kerrick, Admissions Recruiting- email Lizzie
Taylor Rose Pamperin, Program Advisor, M.Ed.- email Taylor
Resources for Current Students
AACN Guide to Graduate Nursing Programs
The Marquette College of Nursing is committed to growing the existing body of knowledge within the profession through world-class research. We invite you to learn more about the work we're doing and the opportunities available to prospective faculty/doctoral students at the link below.
Learn about MUCN RESEARCH