Salem State's School of Nursing offers several graduate programs.
Master of Science in Nursing
For current registered nurses with a bachelor's degree, the master's of science in nursing (MSN) offers study in current and developing theory, preparation for leadership roles in nursing, a foundation for doctoral studies, and more.
Direct Entry MSN
For career changers with a bachelor's degree in an unrelated field, the direct entry MSN immerses you in an intensive, accelerated and full-time program. Successful completion of this 15-month program enables you to sit for the RN licensing exam. Once licensed, you can work as a nurse while pursuing your graduate degree.
Graduate Certificate in Nursing Education
The graduate certificate in nursing education consists of four courses, all offered for academic credit. Applicants must have a minimum of a master's degree in nursing to enter the program.
For application and additional information, click on the program of your choice or email Dr. Joanne Carlson on all programs except for the direct entry MSN.