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Nursing – Education (M.S.N.)


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Nursing – Education (M.S.N.)

The primary educational objective of the Master of Science in Nursing program is to increase the career and educational opportunities available to registered nurses in the university's service region. Graduates of the program will have a broader understanding of the nursing profession and will bring that understanding to the practice of nursing in their places of employment. Graduates will be prepared to assume some leadership and management roles.

The Master of Science in Nursing program is designed to build upon the BSN degree. Students in this program are prepared to function at advanced levels with an expanded knowledge of theory, research and clinical application. Graduates are prepared to provide evidenced based health care and to work on collaborative teams. Each graduate will be able to function in an advanced practice role as a nurse administrator or for the role of a nurse educator.

The program's web-enhanced classes are designed to work around the student's busy schedule while receiving a quality university education from excellent faculty at a great value. Note that any lab and/or clinical course requirements will be in a face-to-face learning environment for practice and demonstration to meet course objectives.

Total Hours 42
Graduate GPA 3.0 minimum
Test Scores Required GRE or MAT
Degree Awarded Master of Science in Nursing