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Susan Rasmussen

Associate Professor
Director, School of Nursing

Mrs. Susan Rasmussen moved to Watertown and became a member of the School of Nursing Faculty in 2013. She has more than 30 years of experience as a registered nurse, including more than 20 years of teaching experience, involving hospital education, CPR and first aid instruction, and higher education. In 2017, Mrs. Rasmussen accepted the position of Director of the School of Nursing. Mrs. Rasmussen’s passion is “to teach the next generation of nurses how to live as godly examples in an ever-changing world of healthcare.”

“Every aspect of our nursing practice must be rooted and grounded in God’s Word, and my prayer is that my students develop a biblical worldview of nursing as a foundation for ministry.” – Susan Rasmussen

Education and Credentials

MSN Nursing Education, University of Phoenix

BS Nursing, Cedarville College

Campus Involvement: Director, School of Nursing

Organizations: American Nurses Association; Wisconsin Nurses Association; Association of Nurse Educators of Wisconsin; American Heart Association; American Association of Colleges of Nurses Deans and Directors

Community Involvement: American Heart Association and CPR/First Aid Instructor

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Family: Susan and her husband, Carl, were married in 1989. Their daughter is a Maranatha graduate and their son is currently enrolled in the university.

Church Ministry: Susan is involved in the church music program, playing in the orchestra and participating in vocal and instrumental music groups. She is also part of the church’s security team and is the nurse for Vacation Bible School.

Other activities and interests: outdoor activities, including hunting, fishing, and hiking