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.
- 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
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.
We are not accepting new students from Alabama, California, Kentucky, New York, Oklahoma, Pennsylvania, South Dakota.
Additionally: Washington D.C. students required to do clinicals in Virginia. Maryland students can only do clinicals outside their state of Maryland.