Resurrection University is a fully accredited Catholic, not-for-profit, Catholic-based, specialty school for health sciences. Located at St. Elizabeth Hospital in Chicago, Resurrection University offers classes taught by practicing nurses. Through advanced technological methods, students gain hands-on, real world experience and have the opportunity to take online and web-enhanced classes.
Resurrection University accepts transfer students from accredited community colleges or universities using the Illinois Articulation Initiative (www.itransfer.org) as a guideline for the prerequisite liberal arts and sciences courses. Students may apply for admission to the program after earning 31 semester hours of liberal arts and sciences requirements, which must include anatomy and physiology, chemistry and microbiology courses, but must have all required general education and pre-nursing courses completed before starting the program.
Approximately 300 students currently take courses offered at the University campus while having access to clinical and business facilities within the Resurrection Health Care System throughout metropolitan Chicago. Resurrection University confers three degrees:
- Bachelor of Science in Health Informatics and Information Management (BSHIIM)
- Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN)
- Master of Science in Nursing
The MSN program offers the following majors:
- Clinical Nurse Leader
- Adult Health Clinical Nurse Specialist
- Nursing Administrator
- Nurse Educator
For more information or to apply visit www.resu.edu.