Department of Nursing
Nursing at Daemen
At Daemen College, students can earn a degree including RN to BS, Masters, or Doctorate of Nursing (DNP) and take advantage of endless career opportunities in nursing! In addition, the Nursing Department partners with local community colleges in an innovative 1-2-1 curriculum combining Associate and Baccalaureate Education.
Daemen’s state-of-the-art technology integrates several options for taking classes including traditional classroom, distance education, hybrid/web enhanced and online methods. The Nursing faculty has been recognized by students for their commitment to student success and support for registered nurses returning to school.
For information on specific programs, please contact: (716) 839-8387.
Professor & Chair, Nursing Department: Mary Lou Rusin, EdD, RN, ANEF firstname.lastname@example.org
Undergraduate Programs Director: Cheryl Nosek, DNS, RN email@example.com
Graduate Programs Director: Diane Ryan, PhD, RN, ANP-BC, GNP-BC firstname.lastname@example.org
DNP Program Director: Virginia M. Hart, DNP, RN, ANP-BC email@example.com
Daemen Nursing Accreditation and Grant Information
Daemen College nursing programs including the baccalaureate, masters and DNP program are accredited by AccreditationCommission for Education in Nursing (ACEN).
Daemen College’s Nursing Department History
The Daemen Nursing Department has been in existence since 1979, initially offering our RN-BS program. In 1988 the College expanded its presence offering courses in Olean, Batavia and Jamestown, which later became distance-linked to Olean and Jamestown. In 1997, Daemen College began an Adult Nurse Practitioner Program. Growth in graduate nursing education continued over the next decade adding Palliative Care, Nursing Executive Leadership and Nursing Education programs. In 2009 Daemen was the first college in Western New York to offer a Doctorate of Nursing Practice degree.
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