Master of Science in Nursing (MSN)
Nursing is an exciting profession with many paths and possibilities
Kent State's Master of Science in Nursing (MSN) program prepares registered nurses for roles in advanced practice, education, and health care administration. Students in this program develop a foundation for further post-graduate and doctoral-level study in nursing.
We offer both full- and part-time curriculum plans, allowing you to continue working while you are in the program. Many courses are online, giving you the flexibility to do coursework around your busy schedule. In addition, some concentrations are 100% online and can be completed remotely by nurses living in any eligible state.
Enjoy our guidebook on our graduate nursing programs:
Master’s Degree Concentrations
Explore our concentrations below and see where a Master's of Science in Nursing (MSN) degree from Kent State can take you.
Become an advanced practice registered nurse (APRN).
100% online - Provide advanced nursing care of patients from young adulthood through old age to death
Provide advanced nursing care to adults with complex, acute and chronic illnesses
Give broad, comprehensive care to adults across the lifespan
Provide comprehensive primary health care in an outpatient setting for patients of all ages
Serve children within the context of their families and provide individualized and culturally competent care
100% online - Provide advanced psychiatric nursing care to individuals, families, and groups across the lifespan
100% online - Provide the highest level of primary nursing care for women involving health promotion and disease prevention
Administration & Management
100% online - Work in mid- to upper-level management, administrative, and leadership positions in a variety of healthcare settings
100% Online - Serve as a nursing educator in academic and staff development settings