Critical Care University / Graduate University
Upon graduation from an accredited nursing school, students can enter either the Critical Care University or Graduate University, a progressive course of study that will expand on your basic nursing education and assist you in achieving excellence in the care of specialized patients. Combining classroom lecture, skills lab practicum, and floor-based clinical rotations, the student gets a well-rounded experience. Critical Care University is a ten-month program focusing on areas of surgical services, critical care services, and emergency room services. Graduate University is a five-month program which focuses on multi-specialty care services, maternal child services and behavioral health services. Students receive full-time salary and benefits during these programs. A separate facility houses the classrooms, skill labs and library and both acute care hospitals of Shore Health System provide clinical based experiences. Dedicated full time faculty and unit specific adjunct faculty provide extensive individualized support for each of the participants.
A designated staff position will be waiting for you upon graduation from the program.
For more information or to arrange a tour of the dedicated facility and meet with faculty to discuss your participation in one of these outstanding programs, please call Nurse Recruitment at 410-822-1000 ext. 8501.