Master of Science in Nursing (MS)
The College of Nursing offers a Master of Science (MS) in Nursing degree program for bachelor-prepared RNs with three seperate emphases –Nursing Informatics, Nursing Education and Care Management. All three areas prepare students for careers in demand career fields.
A MS degree with an emphasis in nursing informatics prepares nurses to lead or assist with the development, implementation and evaluation of information system applications.
A MS degree with an emphasis in teaching nursing prepares qualified registered nurses as entry level nurse educators.
A MS degree with an emphasis in Care Management prepares qualified applicants who have earned a Bachelor’s, Masters or PhD degree in nursing. A program specifically in Geriatric Care Management is also an option. Certificate in Care Management is also available at the Post-Baccalaureate and Post-Graduate levels.
For associate degree nurses who want to complete their Bachelors Degree in Nursing and move seamlessly into the Masters of Science Degree in Nursing either Care Management, Nursing Education, or Nursing Informatics.