Luther’s nursing program takes pride in preparing graduates to meet the challenges of an ever-changing world. Its emphasis on a strong liberal arts foundation is a commitment to a way of learning that moves students beyond immediate interests and present knowledge into a larger world—an education that disciplines minds and develops whole persons equipped to understand and confront a changing society. Building on the college’s mission and tradition, our distinctive program transforms students into nursing leaders who change the face of modern health care.
Luther nursing majors reflect diversity in post-graduate experiences. Luther graduates work in a variety of locations such as in small community hospitals, nursing homes, public health offices, large medical centers, community-based agencies, wellness centers, schools, industrial complexes, and military installations. Jobs available to recent graduates are typically at the entry level, but offer opportunities for advancement. Our graduates are successfully employed in numerous registered nurse positions including the following:
The baccalaureate program provides a strong foundation for graduate study leading to careers in clinical specialties, advanced practice, education, administration, consultation, and research. Upon completion of advanced nursing degrees, Luther nursing graduates are employed in a variety of positions including:
Luther’s privileged relationship with the Mayo Clinic and its affiliates allows our nursing students to gain valuable professional experience as students. As graduates, enjoy employment with such organizations as: