Roseman College of Nursing

Now, more than ever the frontlines of healthcare need competent nurses that can show remarkable tenacity, selflessness, empathy, and strength. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, Nursing careers are expected to grow as much as 15 percent over the next decade and Roseman is ready to assist in filling those jobs with its over 20 years of experience in training healthcare professionals.

Roseman’s College of Nursing provides transformational, real-world educational training that prepares its students for an exciting and rewarding career in nursing. Roseman’s educational programs include a Master of Science in Nursing Family Nurse Practitioner (MSN/FNP) and an on-campus or hybrid accelerated Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN).


Roseman University’s MSN/FNP is a 23-month full time asynchronous on-line program that prepares students for the Advanced Practice Registered Nurse License (APRN). Students are taught using Roseman University’s Six-Point Mastery Learning Model®, an education system that promotes high lev-els of achievement, with a focus on mastery of content. A block curriculum allows them to study full-time while maintaining a full-time job as a nurse, and incorporates evidence-based research, theory, and practice with local clinical hours. The MSN/FNP pro-gram offers two class starts per year – January and July.

According to College of Nursing Dean Dr. Brian Oxhorn, the MSN/FNP program was designed specifically for nurses who hold a BSN and are ready to fill the growing need for highly skilled advanced practice registered nurses.

“Our enrolled students have the opportunity to work full-time, attend class online, the potential to complete clinical hours where they live, and finish their master’s degree in just under two years,” said Dr. Oxhorn.
The MSN/FNP program focuses on training students to provide comprehensive healthcare for people across all ages, body systems and diseases and prepares students to deliver a range of acute, chronic, and preventive healthcare services.


Roseman University offers both an on-campus (BSN) or ac-celerated hybrid (ABSN) program, designed to help students carve their career paths as general nurses in the healthcare industry. The College of Nursing offers 3 class starts per year for the hybrid BSN – February, July, October – and 1 class start per year for the on-campus BSN – August.

Just like the MSN/FNP pro-gram, Roseman’s BSN students are taught using the University’s Six-Point Mastery Learning Mod-el®, which emphasizes a block curriculum.

“The block curriculum allows students to study one area at a time, mastering it without distractions created by studying more than one subject at a time,” said Ox-horn. “Furthermore, the student’s progression within the nursing program is dependent on the mastery of the subject matter necessary for application in the subsequent block.”

In addition to traditional class-room time, whether that is online or on campus, there are lab and clinical hour requirements. Each block varies in length depending on the number of credits received and whether clinical components are required. Clinical rotations are done at many healthcare facilities and hospitals in Las Vegas, Nevada and Salt Lake City, Utah areas.

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