Master of Science in Nursing
The Master of Science in Nursing (MSN) prepares graduates to be advanced practitioners at the forefront of healthcare, serving as clinical nurse specialists, nurse practitioners, nurse administrators, nurse educators, nurse anesthetists and nurse researchers. LEARN MORE
The Adult-Gerontology: Acute Care Nurse Practitioner is prepared to assess and manage the full continuum of care services for the acutely and critically ill.
The Adult-Gerontology: Primary Care Nurse Practitioner is prepared to assess and manage the full continuum of primary care services for adults and older adults.
The Adult-Gerontology Clinical Nurse Specialist is prepared to assess and manage the full continuum of care services for adults and older adults.
A variety of emerging healthcare organizations are demanding visionary nursing leaders in administrative roles.
This degree integrates the knowledge and expertise needed to plan, implement and evaluate care for individuals, families, aggregates and communities.
The professional Community Systems Administration/Nursing Informatics nurse will be educated to provide leadership in the community-oriented healthcare system.
The professional nurse will be educated to deliver comprehensive primary care to clients from infancy to adulthood.
The Neonatal Nurse Practitioner (NNP) program prepares graduates in the care of neonates and their mothers.
The Nursing Informatics specialty prepares the professional nurse to address the clinical information and knowledge issues facing healthcare now and in the future.
The Pediatric Primary Care Nurse Practitioner (NP) specialty prepares graduates in the advanced care of children and their families.
A Post-Master's Certificate option is available in all nurse practitioner specialty areas.
The Women's Health – Gender Related Nurse Practitioner program prepares graduates in the care of women throughout the lifespan across the health-illness continuum.