Graduate Degrees in Nursing
The School of Nursing offers graduate programs designed to provide opportunities for advanced practice and upward mobility within healthcare.
Doctor of Nursing Practice
The DNP is an online program with a four-day session on-campus during the first, third, and fifth semesters. The program may be taken full-time in five semesters or part-time in eight semesters.
- Acute Care Adult/Gerontology—View curriculum guide »
- Acute Care Specialization—View curriculum guide »
- Lifestyle Therapeutics—View curriculum guide »
View the complete DNP admission requirements »
Master of Science in Nursing
- Acute Care Nurse Practitioner—Adult/Gerontology—View curriculum guide »
- Adult/Gerontology Nurse Practitioner—View curriculum guide »
- Family Nurse Practitioner—View curriculum guide »
- Nurse Educator (available on campus and completely online)—View curriculum guide »
- Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioner—View curriculum guide »
Full-time and part-time enrollment options can be customized to fit your life.
View the complete MSN admission requirements »
ACCELERATED RN-to-MSN PROGRAM
The accelerated RN-to-MSN program enables an RN to earn an MSN degree without receiving a baccalaureate degree. All MSN emphases are available for this program.
View the complete RN-to-MSN admission requirements »
POST-MASTER'S CERTIFICATE PROGRAM
Certificates are available in all the emphases to qualifying students already holding an MSN degree.
View the complete Post-Master's Certificate admission requirements »
MSN + MASTER OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION
The School of Nursing, in collaboration with the School of Business, offers the MSN/MBA degree.
- MSN/MBA—View curriculum guide »
View the complete MSN/MBA admission requirements »