The School of Nursing and Allied Health at Saint Joseph's University offers a wide variety of bachelors, masters, associate and certificate programs.
School of Nursing and Allied Health
Saint Joseph’s is adding to an already robust portfolio of healthcare programs. Through our merger with Pennsylvania College of Health Sciences, nursing will be offered for undergraduate students at our Hawk Hill campus in the fall of 2024. You will benefit from a nursing school that has been a regional leader for over a century, with experienced faculty leading well-established coursework, simulation-based learning and hands-on clinical experiences in Philadelphia, one of the nation’s healthcare hubs. You will acquire the necessary hard skills to succeed in nursing, but also key soft skills such as critical thinking, compassion and how to care for the whole person. These skills are foundational to our Jesuit education that prepares you for lifelong learning and a commitment to the greater good.
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Nursing and allied health students
Students employed by Penn Medicine Lancaster General Health
Nursing and allied health academic programs
Our academic departments are led by respected faculty in the healthcare industry. We provide rigorous training to equip our students with the tools necessary to address healthcare challenges. Our departments offer a dynamic, interdisciplinary environment where students and faculty work collaboratively to advance students’ healthcare knowledge, helping our graduates remain at the forefront of healthcare education and research.
Our faculty members are current and former practitioners in the healthcare field.