Founded in 1886 as “the German Hospital”, the Kansas City Research College of Nursing has a long history as a research university that seeks to educate the entire student and prepare them for a career in nursing and healthcare.
With an original focus on the traditional family nurse career plan, the Research College of Nursing has since evolved to offer several other career tracks. These expanded nursing roles include adult-gerontology nurse practitioner, executive nurse practice, nurse educator, clinical nurse leader, and RN-MSN tracks.
While it underwent significant growth in the 1990s—acquiring a larger campus and expanding its facilities on-campus—the Research College of Nursing has remained true to its modest roots.
The mission of the university is “to educate students as professional nurses who provide safe, quality health care”, and their commitment to their mission is clearly seen in the care they have devoted to the education of each student from the 1800’s to today.
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