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This program allows students who have an associate degree in nursing (ADN) and also have a bachelor's degree outside of nursing to complete a master of science in nursing degree with a specialty focus as an advanced practice nurse or nurse leader.
These programs are generally completed on a part-time basis (3-6 credits per term) while students are working. Personalized plans of study are created collaboratively by each student and their adviser in order to create a manageable and flexible schedule.
Direct Entry MSN ADN Program
The total number of credits taken to complete the master of science in nursing ranges from 39-51, depending on the specialization chosen, in addition to the initial 12 credits listed below.
Research & Evidence as a Foundation for Nursing
Community and Population Health Nursing
Interdisciplinary Palliative Care
Quality & Patient Safety in Health Care
Total Credit Hours: 12
* Prerequisites preferred within last five years.
** Statistics must be taken within five years of your start date.
Tuition information for the Master of Science in Nursing — Second Degree Direct Entry for Non-Nurses program can be found in the Graduate Bulletin, as it differs from other graduate programs.
Review frequently asked questions about the Direct Entry MSN Program.
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Taylor Pamperin, M.Ed.- email Taylor