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Take patient care to the next level with a degree or certificate from Moravian University. Whatever path in nursing you choose, you’ll be at the forefront of providing innovative healthcare thanks to faculty who are focused on your success. Grounded in local and global partnerships, you’ll leave Moravian University acutely aware of the world in which you live and your responsibilities of living in a global, interdependent community. And with ample clinical immersion, laboratory practice, and evidence-based project hours under your belt, you’ll emerge more prepared than ever.
The leading-edge master’s and doctoral programs in the rehabilitation sciences take an interprofessional approach that’s only matched by a few schools nationwide. The state-of-the-art Sports Medicine and Rehabilitation Center is second to none and offers real-world experience in some of the country’s fastest-growing healthcare careers.
Helping meet the need for healthcare providers in the Lehigh Valley and beyond.
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Class of 2020, Master of Science in Nursing graduate.
RN, MSN, MAEd, CSN Moravian College, MSN Nurse Educator
JOELLE HAS BEEN an RN for over 20 years and graduated from
Moravian in 2020 with an MSN Nurse Educator degree. Joelle started as an oncology nurse and then became a school nurse. For the past five years, she has been an adjunct instructor at Moravian and teaches a variety of clinical groups and a community health
course to RN and BSN students, which she designed as an online course where students Zoom with Global Brigades. She loves educating future nurses and partnering with organizations within the community. Joelle feels her job allows her to grow as a nurse, “I learn everyday from the organizations we partner with, my coworkers, and my students. I am happy to be a HOUND!”
“The first time I walked on the campus of Moravian College on January 3, 2018, I felt a sense of peace and a feeling that I found a new ‘home.’ It was my first day as an Adjunct Nursing Instructor at Moravian College. Some people would not understand why I would choose to use the word home when referring to a new job, but to me being a nurse for the past 21 years was never just ‘a job.’ To me being a nurse is so much more than that, it is a part of who I am.”
Class of 2022
Master of Science in Speech-Language Pathology
Molly always knew she wanted to pursue a career that allowed her to serve others and help them achieve their goals and dreams. After switching majors multiple times, she finally discovered the field of speech-language pathology. While pursuing her master’s degree at Moravian, Molly has had the opportunity to assist in developing research studies, present at a national conference, and co-author a research article for an international journal. While Molly has a newfound enthusiasm for research, she’s always had a passion for working with children. She recently completed her final clinical placement at the Penn State Health Children’s Hospital where she primarily served the pediatric dysphagia population. This summer, Molly will be starting her Speech-Language Pathologist Clinical Fellowship Year at Grow & Tell in Carlisle, PA.
“As a first generation college student, the thought of pursuing a master’s degree seemed very overwhelming to me, but the faculty and staff at Moravian equipped me with the tools I needed to pursue new avenues of learning and grow as a future clinician. I would not be where I am today if it weren’t for their dedication to creating a unique and personalized learning experience.”
Class of 2023
Master of Science in Occupational Therapy
Before coming to Moravian, Jordan worked as a teacher where he experienced first-hand the huge impact that occupational therapy can have on individuals in all areas of healthcare. In his search for a school offering an Occupational Therapy program, Jordan was “really impressed by Moravian’s strong faculty and professors who are always so focused on student success and providing opportunities to work with a variety of individuals within the community.” He has been especially impressed by the program’s innovative offerings in emerging areas of practice in healthcare, such as 3D printing and driving simulators. Jordan is currently involved in a research project looking at the use of 3D printers to design and create assistive technology to improve access to technology for people with disabilities.
“The opportunities provided at Moravian University to work with new technology and within the surrounding community are shaping our growth and development as emerging occupational
therapists in so many ways.”