Are you a registered nurse with a baccalaureate degree? Are you interested in assuming a more advanced role in nursing? Do you want to master the skills that are critical to the future of health care? Do you seek to build on your current clinical expertise, while developing new competencies for an advanced role in the care environment or in education? Are you looking for a master’s degree program that will prepare you for clinical leadership in nursing?
If you answered “yes” to most of these questions, then you owe it to yourself to learn more about our Master of Science in Nursing.
What You'll Learn
A Flexible Format
This is a 33-semester-hour program. It is designed to accommodate practicing nurses. Most courses meet on weekday evenings.
We also offer an innovative scheduling format. Most courses are offered in intensive eight-week blocks.
You may complete the program in two years, or adopt a slower pace and finish over a longer period. You can plan the course pattern that’s best for you, in consultation with your faculty advisor.