M.S. in Nursing
The M.S. in Nursing program prepares in-service nurses to advance their careers. The curriculum combines theory, experience, and research. Students can pursue a specialization as a Family Nurse Practitioner to prepare for new roles in the profession. The program’s emphasis on critical thinking and scholarly inquiry also provides an appropriate foundation for a doctoral study in nursing.
The program prepares students to incorporate the latest knowledge into their nursing practice and to demonstrate a high degree of competence. Ultimately, students become contributors to the improvement of health care, health policy, and the advancement of the nursing profession.
Please note: The School of Nursing attempts to ensure timely execution of all published information, however, there is a possibility that some information is out of date. This applies to all nursing publications on our website.