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The Master of Science in Nursing (MSN) degree program is designed for experienced nurses with a BSN degree who are independent learners and who want the convenience and flexibility an online program can offer. The MSN degree requires a minimum of 36 credits consisting of different combinations of courses: core, direct care core, electives, specialty, and Practicum. Two years experience in nursing is recommended and a BSN degree from an accredited program is required.
Three areas of nursing specialty are offered: Nurse Educator, Nursing Informatics and Nursing Administration.
The Nurse Educator program prepares graduates for teaching roles in healthcare and academic settings. The Nursing Informatics program prepares graduates to function as a nursing informatics specialist. The Nursing Administration program prepares graduates for the role of nurse administrator in healthcare settings. A certificate in the selected area of specialty is awarded along with the MSN degree. Learn more.
On completion of the MSN degree program, the graduate will be able to:
In addition to the MSN degree outcomes, the graduate of the Nurse Educator Program will be able to:
In addition to the MSN degree outcomes, the graduate of the Nursing Informatics Program will be able to:
In addition to the MSN degree outcomes, the graduate of the Nursing Administration Program will be able to: