Nebraska Methodist College
The Place Where You Belong
Enjoy personal attention from some of the area's leading healthcare educators at Nebraska Methodist College (NMC). You’ll thrive under the guidance of instructors who are leaders in their own fields and who believe very strongly in providing you with personalized attention. Our online academic programs could help you pursue your professional goals in the field of healthcare. With NMC, you'll have the opportunity to earn the academic requirements as well as gain practical experience in your area of interest.
Nebraska Methodist College, located in Omaha, Nebraska and an affiliate of Methodist Health System, is a premier private health professions institution that has offered a caring, close-knit community to its students since it was established in 1891. With an enrollment of more than 700 students, NMC is small enough to truly care about each student, yet large enough to provide outstanding undergraduate and graduate programs in nursing and allied health.
We are dedicated to helping students realize their educational dreams.
Access thousands of electronic resources at our John Moritz Library. The main Library supports the teaching, learning, and research of students and faculty in healthcare education at Nebraska Methodist College through user-focused services and an organized, accessible collection including reference resources such as manuals, drug guides, dictionaries, handbooks, and ebooks.
Technical support is available for online students via telephone and email.
We can help you understand what financial resources are available to you. Throughout financial aid process, we’ll work with you to locate additional funds when needed, as well as assess special situations.
Nebraska Methodist College is fully accredited by The Higher Learning Commission of the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools.
The state of Nebraska Board of Nursing has approved the BSN program for the preparation of students to become registered nurses. Graduates are eligible to take the National Council of State Boards Licensure Examinations (NCLEX-RN). Both the BSN and MSN are accredited by the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education (CCNE).
Learn more about the healthcare degree programs offered online by Nebraska Methodist College; complete the “Request for Information” today!
MSN / Educator or Executive
At Nebraska Methodist College, our master's programs are exceptional - in the education we provide and in the accomplishments of our graduates that result. Here, you're able to choose between two degree options - Master of Science Nurse Educator and Master of Science Nurse Executive. Both provide a solid foundation of educational, theoretical and leadership knowledge, with additional specialized curriculum tracks to prepare you for the career opportunities you want to pursue. Beyond the classroom, you'll discover practical opportunities to put what you learn into practice. As a result, you'll not only find yourself able to take advantage of new career opportunities, you'll also find you're well equipped to be successful in your position.
RN to BSN
NMC’s online RN to BSN nursing curriculum can be completed in as little as 18 months upon completion of pre-requisite courses. The RN to BSN program is composed of 60 credit hours - 27 credit hours of general education and 33 hours of nursing coursework. The course of study was designed in two phases:
Phase I - Complete General Education courses and
Phase II - Complete Nursing courses.