More Than 40 Years of Nursing Excellence

Preparing the Next Generation of Nurse Leaders, Clinicians, and Researchers

School of Nursing

The School of Nursing at George Mason University prepares students for interdisciplinary roles as clinicians, educators, researchers, and administrators in a dynamic and diverse learning environment. Our students are the next generation of nurse leaders and have the knowledge and experience to address the challenges of a rapidly changing and culturally diverse health care environment.

Address the Needs of an Evolving Health Care System

  • Shape the future of nursing practice
  • Contribute to improving patient care for a culturally diverse population
  • Provide leadership, care, and service to the local community
Nursing Student

Community Health

We deliver health care where it's needed the most, supporting the diverse health needs of our community. Our students and faculty draw on their experience to improve public health. 
 

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Global Health

Global Health

Our students and faculty understand the need for quality health care around the world. We have a direct impact on the health of the global population, providing care and support to address global health issues.

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Meet our Alumni

Hear from our alumni why nursing should be a part of your career pathway.

Matthew Brown

Matthew Brown
MSN '15

Sarah Stanmyre

Sarah Stanmyre
MSN '15

Adel Bashatah

Adel Bashatah
BSN '02, PhD '07

1 in 3

nurses
practicing in the metropolitan Washington, D.C. region is a George Mason graduate.

Important Information

Recently, the School of Nursing received notice of a change in our approval status from the Virginia Board of Nursing. Read more about the notice.