The Master of Science in Nursing program provides
educational opportunities for BSN-prepared nurses
who desire a leadership role. The program’s three
specialty concentration options include nursing
education, administration and informatics. The MSN
program’s schedule accommodates the busy lives
of working adults.
The 36-credit degree consists of three components:
a basic set of nursing graduate core courses for
12 credits; a specialized 12-credit leadership role
concentration; and 12 additional credits, which
include the practicum and thesis or scholarly project.
The program utilizes a mixed delivery format with
the majority of credits online.
Master of Science
GPA min: 3.0
Three letters of recommendation
Curriculum vitae or resumé
Two years of full-time clinical nursing experience
Credit hours required for graduation: 36
College of Health Professions
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