Named after Rose-Marie "Rory" Mangeri Meyers, the NYU Rory Meyers College of Nursing generates knowledge through research in nursing, health, and interdisciplinary science, as well as educates leaders in nursing to advance healthcare locally and globally. NYU Meyers aims to provide innovative and exemplary healthcare, offer a diverse group of entrants access to the profession, and shape the future of nursing.
The NYU Rory Meyers College of Nursing boasts being a leader in nursing practice, education, and research. Its Global Initiatives program is committed to advancing nursing practices around the world and focuses on international partnerships.
Rory Meyers College of Nursing’s work spans six continents through practice, education, and research programs. The school currently has programs in 15 countries and historical experience in an additional 13. It also collaborates with NYU campuses in Shanghai and Ghana.
The school’s master’s program is made for nurses who want more advanced roles in clinical practice (nurse practitioners and nurse midwives), nursing administration, education, and informatics. Regardless of the program a student enrolls in, the school promises curriculum that focuses on nursing theory, research, statistics, population-focused care, and issues and trends in the healthcare delivery field.
The school offes the following MS programs:
Along with these concentrations, the university offers specialty sequences for graduate students in:
The LEAD Honors Program is built on a framework of interprofessional education and lead by a team of dedicated and highly qualified faculty. The LEAD Honors Program was designed to attract a number of high achieving students to select nursing as a career and strives to engage honors students and generate outstanding nurse leaders to advance nursing practice, research, education, service, and policy-making.
There is no mention of the offering of any online nursing degrees on the NYU Meyers website.