A Nursing school in Miami, MRU - Miami Regional University serves a diverse student body and recognizes that each person's dreams and goals are different. Supported by our mission to “provide quality undergraduate and graduate education in a nurturing and unique learning environment that fosters the development of knowledge, skills, and attitudes for diverse, multigenerational learners,” MRU strives to help each student reach his or her goals. We believe each person can achieve success when armed with three necessary elements: a positive attitude, carefully cultivated skills, and targeted goals. Each of these is represented in our school logo: at the apex of the triangle, attitude enables individuals to overcome obstacles. Supporting this ideal are strong skills and goals, which drive students toward success. This philosophy is the backbone of our mission.
Master of Science in Nursing: Family Nurse Practitioner
Master of Science in Nursing: Direct Entry
Nursing (RN to BSN)
Become an effective nurse clinician capable of sound clinical judgment in a variety of healthcare settings. Acquire knowledge from natural and behavioral sciences while practicing the art of nursing. Our program will prepare you for the National Council Licensure Examination (NCLEX) for registered nurses.
The Intensive English for Professionals program supports the graduate with the development of foundational skills of English in grammar, reading, listening, and speaking.
Among the list of common misconceptions about attending nursing school is the one that says that successfully getting through the program means simply making the grade. While studying and absorbing material is essential for anyone planning to build a career in nursing, there is more to making sure you’re getting all you can from your […]Read More
Nurses Rated Highest Among Professions for 15th Straight Year According to the most recent Gallop Poll, Americans have recognized nurses as the most honest and ethical professionals among 21 other various fields. For the 15th straight year nurses have topped the charts with high ratings at 84%. These results reflect the integrity, communication, and confidentiality […]Read More