The online Master of Science in Nursing consists of 34 credits and can be completed in 24 months. Semesters are divided into two seven-week sessions and students take one class at a time. The program allows practicing nurses to continue working full-time while completing their MSN degrees on a part-time basis.
The program is also offered in an in-person on-campus format. Courses usually meet in the late afternoon or early evening. Most courses meet one evening per week. Click here for more information.
Apply theoretical framework and research principles to support proposals and ideas
Conduct evidence-based projects within an ethical, legal, and organizational framework
Recognize and advocate for human diversity and social justice in the delivery of nursing education, healthcare administration, and public health
Influence and advocate for healthcare policies and practices that best serve the health-promotion and disease-prevention needs of individuals, groups, and populations