Letter From The Dean
Welcome to Nursing at Molloy College. If you are interested in a career of making a difference in the health and well-being of individuals, families, and communities, nursing is the career for you! As one of the largest undergraduate nursing programs in the country, we educate a significant percentage of the nursing workforce in our region. Since 1955, Molloy has been educating men and women to become professional nurses. Molloy's reputation is well-known and our graduates are sought after for positions in the Long Island metro-New York area and beyond! Molloy alumni are recognized as professionals with an obvious commitment to quality health care, and they set high standards for those who aspire to follow in their path. We provide programs that prepare professional nurses for leadership roles in the delivery, design, and evaluation of nursing care that is evidence-based, humanistic, and responsive to the ethical, cultural, spiritual, and psychosocial needs of individuals, families, and communities.
Our programs also prepare graduates for licensure as a registered professional nurse. Students whoare already licensed as registered nurses can join us to complete their baccalaureate degree in nursing. Those individuals, who have a degree in another field and who are considering a career change, can also find a program for them to achieve a nursing degree at Molloy. There are many paths to a baccalaureate degree in nursing at Molloy. In addition to our undergraduate nursing programs, we also provide graduate education opportunities in many specialty areas such as: family nurse practitioner, adult nurse practitioner, pediatric nurse practitioner, nurse practitioner in psychiatry, clinical nurse specialist in adult health, nursing education, and nursing administration with informatics. At Molloy, you will find a learning environment where students, faculty, and our community partners strive to grow professionally and personally. We embrace the belief that we are all lifelong learners in a global community.
During your course of study, you will participate in classroom, laboratory, and clinical based learning opportunities. You will be guided by faculty who are both experienced nurse educators and expert clinicians who are passionate about nursing and want to share that passion with you. So, go ahead...start something...be a Molloy College professional nurse!
Jeannine D. Muldoon, Ph.D., RN
Dean of and Professor of Nursing
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