The Master of Science in Nursing program offers two tracks to earn an MSN degree which are in-person, hybrid classes or online classes. Both tracks can be completed in 24 months. The in-person track offers 14-week courses in the first year and 7-week courses in the second year. The online track offers 7-week courses taken one course at a time. The MSN program allows practicing nurses to continue working full-time while completing their graduate degree on a part-time basis. The MSN program enables students to prepare for advanced nursing roles through one of three focus areas: Nursing Education, Nursing Management, and Public Health Nursing.
Matriculated students may transfer in up to six credits (3 credits per course) of graduate-level nursing electives from another accredited nursing program. Completion of transfer paperwork is required.