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 in Nursing Education, Nursing Administration, or 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.
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Founders Hall 452