- Spring 2016: November 1, 2015
- Fall 2016: February 1, 2016
Our Master’s Degree in Nursing prepares nurses for advanced clinical roles while making them eligible for national certification as clinical nurse specialists (CNS), nurse practitioners (NP) or to serve in nurse educator, health care management or leadership roles.
This program allows students to develop a foundation for further post-graduate and doctoral-level study in nursing. Click on any of the links below to learn more about our Master’s in Nursing concentrations!
* Note: The Adult Gerontology Acute Care NP, Adult Gerontology Primary Care NP, and Family NP concentrations do not admit for spring semester.