80 Weeks – 64 semester credits
The goal of the Direct Entry Master of Science in Nursing program is to prepare the graduate as an entry level nurse generalist to practice with advance knowledge and skills necessary to design, lead, and integrate care to clients and populations in diverse healthcare settings. The program will prepare graduates to provide and direct care within an interprofessional model to clients and populations with complex physical and psychosocial conditions. Upon completion of this program, graduates will be prepared to take the nursing licensure exam (NCLEX-RN).
Student Learning Outcomes
At completion of the program, the graduate will possess the knowledge and skill to:
In addition to the general admission requirements and procedures, applicants wishing consideration for admission to the Master of Science in Nursing Direct Entry program must:
Applicants must have the following prerequisite courses completed with a 2.5 GPA “C” or higher prior to acceptance into the Master of Science in Nursing Direct Entry program.
Applicants accepted into the Master of Science in Nursing Direct Entry program may be required to complete additional background checks and drug screenings during or at the completion of the program.
Master of Science in Nursing
This program is offered face-to-face (onsite) at the Main Campus.
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