School of Nursing

Louisa Parsons, a student of Florence Nightingale, started the school in 1889.  Its faculty has pioneered programs in nursing health policy, informatics, gerontology, ethics, and community health services.  Today it ranks among the top 10 schools of nursing in the country and is one of the largest.  The school has nurse-managed clinics in west Baltimore and in several public schools.

Bachelor's

  • Nursing (BSN)

Post Bachelor's Certificate

  • Environmental Health
  • Evidence-Based Practice in Nursing
  • Global Health
  • Nursing Informatics
  • Oncology Nursing
  • Teaching in Nursing and Health Professions

Master's

  • Nursing (MS)

Doctoral - Research & Scholarship

  • Nursing (PhD)

Doctoral - Professional Practice

  • Nursing Practice (DNP)