Master of Science - Nursing

The Master of Science Nursing program builds on the baccalaureate nursing foundation, preparing professional nurse leaders as entry level family nurse practitioners, primary care adult-gerontology nurse practitioners, and nurse educators. Graduate scholarly inquiry based on theory and evidence-based competencies provides the foundation for fulfillment of professional standards and core competencies.

Program Highlights

  • Part-time and full-time options available
  • Two week residency required for advanced health assessment course
  • Faculty members bring current practice to the classroom
  • Courses built on a Christian foundation
  • Flexible online options
  • Spring and fall clinical rotations

Degree Details

Credit hours required:

  • Nurse Practitioner: 41
  • Nurse Educator: 39


The Master’s Degree in Nursing Program is accredited by the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education, One Dupont Circle, NW, Suite 530, Washington DC 20036, 202-887-6791.

Please Note

We are not accepting new students from Alabama, Alaska, California, Kentucky, Louisiana,Maryland, New York, Tennessee, Oklahoma, Pennsylvania, Puerto Rico, South Dakota.

Additionally: Washington D.C. students required to do clinicals in Virginia.

International students wishing to come to campus are currently not eligible for this program due to the ratio of online learning components required by the program.