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Master’s Degree Programs

Master of Science in Nursing Entry (MSN-E)

The Master of Science in Nursing Entry (MSN-E) program offers a pathway for applicants with baccalaureate degrees in other fields to obtain RN licensure and then continue with graduate courses to obtain a Master of Science in Nursing degree. This program of study offers an alternative for students who would have had to complete either an Associate Degree in Nursing at a community college or obtain a second bachelor’s degree to achieve registered nurse licensure.

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Among the Best Nursing Master’s Degree

Associate Degreed Nurse (ADN) to Master of Science in Nursing (MSN)

Your Associate Degree brought you into the profession of nursing. Now, earn your Master of Science in Nursing (MSN) without the extra step of going back to school for a BSN.

Our ADN to MSN program is for the Associate Degree Nurse who has their RN license and wishes to advance their professional career with an MSN that embraces an administrative or clinical focus with either the Health Systems Leadership, Administrative Nurse Leader (MSN-ANL), Health Systems Leadership, Clinical Nurse Leader (MSN-CNL) or Ambulatory Care Nursing (MSN-AC) track. Part-time options are also available.

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Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) to Master of Science in Nursing (MSN)

Designed for the bachelor’s-prepared RN, our Master of Science in Nursing (MSN) program allows you to earn your MSN while continuing to work in your home community. Full-time students complete the program in two years. Part-time options are also available.

An advanced degree opens many rewarding career options for RNs.

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