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Master of Science in Nursing

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The online Master of Science in Nursing (MSN) is designed for working registered nurses interested in advancing their practice and does not require the GRE.

Choose from Family Nurse Practitioner or Nursing Education concentrations to gain the knowledge and skills to improve the health of diverse populations across the lifespan. You'll work closely with expert faculty members, have flexible course schedules through online learning, and engage in a variety of practicum experiences.

Program Highlights

  • 100% online courses.
  • No GRE required.
  • Affordable, flat-rate tuition.
  • 100% pass rate on the National Certification Exam over 5 years.
  • Enroll in the Spring or Fall.

Online Student Resources

Program Cost

We offer affordable, flat-rate tuition for all our 100% online degree programs. Graduate programs are $480 per credit hour. The online Master of Science in Computer Science is 40-45 credit hours. 

Tuition for this program ranges from $19,200 to $21,600, depending on total credits.

This cost does not include course or lab fees. 

Because our online degree programs are accredited, students may also apply for financial aid.

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Career Opportunities

Master of Science in Nursing students are mentored in new career opportunities, evidence-based practice and professional development to care for a range of patients or educate future nurses. 

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Curriculum & Courses

Family Nurse Practitioner

Courses focus on the importance of evidence-based practice and patient care. Upon successful completion of the MSN – Family Nurse Practitioner curriculum, you'll meet educational requirements to take the Nurse Practitioner Role: Family Nurse Practitioner national certification examination, and to apply for an advanced practice license.

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Nursing Education

The Nursing Education MSN concentration prepares you to teach nursing at the undergraduate level. By successfully completing the MSN curriculum for the nursing education, you'll fulfill educational requirements for the NLN Certified Nurse Educator exam.

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Admissions Deadlines & Requirements

Applications are accepted throughout the year to enroll for the next available semester.

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