Malone University Nursing School Review

Formerly known as the Cleveland Bible College, Malone University (MU) has been around since 1892 when classes merely took place in a Cleveland rented room. Affiliated with the Evangelical Friends Church, Malone University has complete Christian foundations that provide strong educational experiences based on the Bible and in faith.

Overall, the tight-knit community at Malone University will help students explore their Christian faith and achieve their highest potential in education – and at very affordable rates, too.

Malone University – Nursing

All of the nursing majors at Malone University include 45 hours of study in cross-cultural settings.

This program has been approved by the Ohio Board of Nursing and has been accredited by the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education (CCNE).

Bachelor of Science Degrees in Nursing (BSN)

Students who take this program can gain the necessary skills and knowledge in nursing, while feeling accountable to God, themselves and those in need at the same time.

To apply, students submit the application form or apply online, get their official high school transcript and take the SAT or the ACT.

Degree Completion Program: Registered Nurse to BSN (RN to BSN)

Registered nurses who want to complete their BSN can finish this program in only 14 months of weekly evening classes at Malone University. This includes group projects and clinicals. Students also have the option to gain credit for prior learning.

To apply, students will need to have a valid RN license in Ohio and a nursing diploma. They will also need to have finished at least six months of clinical practice and finished 60 transferable semester hours with a minimum grade of C.

The admission application will also need to be completed, and a copy of the valid RN license and records that validate the student’s clinical requirements need to be provided, as well.

Master of Science in Nursing (MSN) Programs

This program has two tracks: the Family Nurse Practitioner (FNP) track and the Clinical Nurse Specialist (CNS) track. Both of these tracks complete advanced practice and graduate nursing core courses.

Family Nurse Practitioner (FNP) Track

Students who want to improve their overall access to good healthcare for their families and patients can take this program. Graduates will be able to treat all kinds of patients and prescribe and treat medicine, as well.

Clinical Nurse Specialist (CNS) Track

Nurses who want to work with certain populations, certain settings, medical or disease subspecialties, certain kinds of care, or certain types of problems can take this program. They will also be able to keep working while earning their special degree at the same time.

Student Organizations

Nursing students of Malone University are highly encouraged to take part in their student organizations: the Malone Nursing Student Association (MNSA) and the Malone Nurses Christian Fellowship (MNCF).

BSN students are also highly encouraged to become members of the Ohio Nursing Student Association (ONSA) and the National Student Nurses Association (NSNA). Doing so will allow them to take part at national and state levels to understand politics better and to keep growing beyond the confines of education and work.

Malone University
2600 Cleveland Ave NW
Canton, OH 44709