Nursing

Preparing nurses for the increasingly diverse and global health care system, where change is rapid and constant,  is a challenge recognized and embraced by the University of Maine School of Nursing.  Nurses educated for the 21st century must be prepared for continued change, expanded roles, a variety of health care settings, and use of technology. The School of Nursing undergraduate curriculum includes:

  • Physical and social sciences which provide the foundation for understanding human health.
  •  Nursing courses which provide the theoretical and scientific under pinnings of promotion, maintenance and restoration of health across the life span.
  •  Clinical experiences in acute-care facilities including: Eastern Maine Medical Center, St. Joseph’s Hospital, Dorothea Dix Psychiatric Center, Acadia Hospital,  as well as other hospitals around the State.
  •  Community based experiences, offered through affiliations with numerous local and rural community health agencies, schools, specialty clinics, and occupational health settings. 

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School of Nursing

5724 Dunn Hall
The University of Maine
Orono, ME 04469

207.581.2592

nursing@maine.edu

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First-Year Contact

Susan Tardiff

207.581.2594

susan.tardiff@maine.edu

Transfer Contact

Susan Tardiff

207.581.2594

susan.tardiff@maine.edu