You know about the constant challenge of healthcare, and you want to make a difference in the profession of nursing. By taking time to renew your knowledge and earn a Master of Science in Nursing (M.S.N.) degree, you are preparing to advance your career, improve the practice of nursing, and support healthier communities.
Reignite your passion for nursing at NSU’s College of Nursing and prepare to assume a leadership role in the evolving field of healthcare. The convenience of online courses, tailored for the working nurse, opens opportunities to study the issues that you care about deeply. Along the way, connect with attentive and experienced faculty and the growing nursing community at NSU.
Clinical or Traditional
Choosing a program is easy, because you know if you prefer a clinical or nonclinical degree. The three concentrations for the nonclinical degree provide a pathway into greater specialization and career advancement. The two clinical concentrations (APRN) prepares you to become a Nurse Practitioner.
The choice is yours. Choosing NSU means that you believe in investing in high quality education.
- Nursing Education
- Health System Leadership
- Nursing Informatics
*Beginning August 2, 2015 the Non Clinical Masters in Science in Nursing (M.S.N.) program will be participating in the centralized application service NursingCAS.
M.S.N. Nurse Practitioner in:
- Family Nurse Practitioner
- Gerontology-Adult Acute Care Nurse Practitioner
*Beginning July 2, 2015 the Advanced Practice Registered Nurse Program (A.P.R.N.) program will be participating in the centralized application service NursingCAS.
If you are an RN looking for a master's degree, visit our RN to M.S.N. program.