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Master of Science in Nursing
Information about Master of Science in Nursing Programs
Our flexible, part-time program complements work schedules, allowing students to complete their master's degree in three to three-and-a-half years.
Adult-Gerontology Primary Care Nurse Practitioner
Many of the required courses are offered in a Hybrid format, and in the final semester of the program, students complete a practicum that totals 540 hours in a health care setting. Students who complete the program are prepared to assume a nursing leadership role in a variety of health care settings. Learn more about program courses.
The MSN in nursing education is 39 credits and prepares practicing nurses to assume the role of nurse educator. There are many different types of nurse educator roles and students can customize their plan of study to meet specific career goals.
Nursing Leadership in Health Systems
Suspended for fall 2020
This innovative MSN program track prepares nurse leaders to lead in a dynamic health care environment. Upon completion, students are awarded a MSN from the School of Nursing and a Bertolon School of Business Graduate Certificate in Business. Learn more about nursing leadership in health systems courses.
Whether you want to learn more about courses, faculty members or general program information, get in touch with the graduate program coordinator to see what this program has to offer you.
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