Master of Science in Nursing

MSN in Nursing Education
MSN in Nursing Administration
MSN in Adult-Gerontology Primary Care Nursing


The MSN program is for the registered nurse with a bachelor’s degree in nursing, or a bachelor’s degree in another field and an associate degree in nursing or a diploma in nursing.  Any previous degrees earned must be from an accredited program.  If you have a bachelor’s degree in a field other than nursing you must complete the National League for Nursing Baccalaureate Achievement Exam (NLNBAE) prior to acceptance into the MSN program.  Information on the exam can be obtained by contacting Joanne Carlson;

The MSN in Nursing Education and Nursing Administration is 39 credits and the MSN in Adult Gerontology Primary Care Nursing is 45 credits.  

MSN Nursing Student Handbook