At Auburn University at Montgomery, we have earned our reputation by graduating nurses highly skilled in the art of caring and the science of critical thinking - nurses who are sought after by employers throughout the Southeast. Come see what we can do for you!
Be there when it matters most.
Nursing gives you tremendous opportunities to serve others, often at the most challenging time in their lives. Nursing also demands a high level of knowledge and skill. That combination of compassion and intelligence is the hallmark of AUM nurses.
The mission of the College of Nursing & Health Sciences is to foster and exemplify
excellence in teaching, service/outreach, and research. The program
prepares professional nurses to provide patient-centered, culturally
competent, evidence-based care for diverse populations in a dynamic
health care environment. Graduates are ready to assume leadership roles
in the provision of nursing care in all health care settings. Master’s
graduates are ready to lead in educator and advanced practice nurse
roles in health-related services to diverse populations.
Setting the Standard for Excellence
It's rigorous, but if you are up for the challenge, the education you will receive at Auburn Montgomery’s School of Nursing can put you in the driver's seat when it comes to your career.
In our program, you'll learn from some of the best nurse educators in the field - then you will get the opportunity to put your knowledge to the test with significant field work.
Success that Shows
Our winning combination of classroom and field training has given us a reputation for excellence among those who employ our graduates. Auburn Montgomery nursing graduates are in demand throughout the Southeast - so much so that 97 percent of our nurses are hired within three months of graduating.
Applications from qualified candidates for admission to nursing always exceed the number of seats we have available.
Nursing students care for wounded warriors at Walter Reed
by Buffy Lockette | Mar 14, 2014
Auburn Montgomery nursing students spent their spring break caring for wounded service men and women at Walter Reed National Military Medical Center in Bethesda, Maryland.
The AUM and AU Schools of Nursing launched a partnership with Walter Reed this week called Project SERVE to train nursing students to better understand the challenges faced by returning service members and veterans. Commander Michele Kane, the current director of the Centers for Nursing Science and Clinical Inquiry at Walter Reed and a 1992 alumna of the Auburn Montgomery School of Nursing, helped develop the program.
AUM and AU nursing students spent a week focusing on the different points of care for wounded soldiers – from injury to recovery. They rotated through the Intensive Care Unit, surgical inpatient unit, inpatient and outpatient physical therapy, inpatient and outpatient mental health, and the Warrior Transition units onbase. They met not only with wounded warriors, but also with their families – allowing them to gain an understanding of the issues loved ones face during the recovery process.
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