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It is a great time to think about advancing your career in Nursing. While there are political, economic, and social challenges influencing healthcare, the market demands for highly skilled nurses with advanced education have never been greater.
What can Graduate Nursing at Le Moyne offer you?
We’ll know you by name. We accept a select number of students into each program so you are never just a number. You'll thrive in our traditional classroom settings with smaller class sizes, real-time face to face encounters, and professors who enjoy teaching
We balance theory with practice for both our students and faculty! Graduate faculty are all practice experienced and we maintain our practice roles as Educators, Administrators, and Nurse Practitioners, so that we are current, competent, and credible. Outside of the classroom, students benefit from immersive preceptorships in a variety of settings with diverse patient populations.
What can you offer Graduate Nursing at Le Moyne?
We are interested in students, from a variety of backgrounds, who are well rounded with strong academic, personal, and clinical skill sets. We want students who can balance the rigors of grad school with their work and family responsibilities, but who are also compassionate, resilient, problem solvers. In keeping with our Jesuit tradition, we want nurses who care about the whole person, who want to better themselves, and who want to better others by becoming agents for change.
If you think you are a good fit for Le Moyne and Le Moyne is a good fit for you, I invite you to take a closer look at our programs by clicking on the links below.
Virginia Cronin, PhD, FNP-BC
Director of Graduate Nursing, FNP Program Coordinator
Sebastian Baker, a graduate of the founding FNP class is honing his skills as an Emergency Medicine Fellow at the Mayo Clinic, one of the premiere research hospitals in the nation.
“The most rewarding part of the trip was being able to immerse myself in the Ghanaian culture,” said Christopher Spinella ’14, a nursing student from Syracuse, N.Y. “The people of Ghana were welcoming from the beginning."
As a child Kateri Allard was intent on becoming a dancer. When an illness brought her to the hospital for several months, though, she was led down a new path - to become a nurse like those who cared for her.
Department of Graduate NursingGrewen Hall 200Le Moyne College1419 Salt Springs Road,Syracuse, NY 13214
Application Deadlines: Fall Entry: April 1st Spring Entry: November 1st
Faculty in Graduate Nursing are dedicated professionals and leaders in their field who value personal interactions with students, small class sizes, and quality service and care for our community.
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