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About the College of Nursing

The College of Nursing’s national reputation for clinical excellence helps make our graduates highly sought after by top health care employers around the country. Well over 7,000 baccalaureate, master’s and doctoral students have graduated from RUSH University’s College of Nursing. Current nursing programs are offered from the master’s through the doctoral (DNP and PhD) levels. The generalist entry master’s (GEM) is the prelicensure program for entry into RN practice. Students are automatically members of the RUSH-Presbyterian-St. Luke’s Nurses Alumni Association upon graduation.

  • Our Mission: The mission of RUSH University College of Nursing is to integrate nursing practice, scholarship, and education throughout the diverse communities we serve and to boldly lead health care transformation to ensure health equity across the continuum of care.
  • Our Vision: Our vision is to lead nursing practice scholarship while driving health equity.

Explore programs from the list below to get more information about admissions, tuition and everything you need to know to choose the health care career education path that’s right for you.

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Adult-Gero Acute Care
Adult-Gero Primary Care
Leadership: Clinical Nurse Leader for RNs
Master's Entry in Nursing for Non-Nurses
Nursing Science
Pediatric Acute Care
Pediatric Primary Care
Psychiatric-Mental Health
Public Health
Transformative Leadership: Population Health
Transformative Leadership: Systems
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College of Nursing Administrative Office
Armour Academic Center
600 S. Paulina St., Suite 1080
Chicago, IL 60612

(312) 942-7117

For Alumni

Rush University Alumni Office
1201 W. Harrison St., Suite 300
Chicago, IL 60607

(312) 563-9058

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