The MSN program is set to begin in Summer 2018 and is accepting applications NOW!
As the nursing field evolves and changes, advancing your education is a must. For some, pursuing a graduate degree is the key to moving into higher paying management positions, which offer a nurse the opportunity to become a leader in the field and engage in critical decisions that shape healthcare.
ADU’s MSN program offers two tracks: one in Administration and Leadership, and the other in Education. The online degree program seeks to prepare today’s RNs for leadership roles, such as clinical nurse manager, head nurse, or director of nursing and for careers educating the next generation of nurses.
The program offers entry points for nurses at varying stages of their careers and training. You can enter the program with an associate’s degree or diploma and earn your BSN on the way to the MSN. If you already have an BSN, you may need to take a few prerequisite courses before choosing a major and beginning the master’s portion of the program.
What You Can Expect from ADU’s MSN Program
The RN-MSN program is completely online, so you can earn your degree while continuing to work. Our courses are available 24 hours a day, seven days a week, allowing you to complete them on your own schedule.
ADU is regionally accredited and our nursing school has its own chapter of the Sigma Theta Tau International Honor Society in Nursing. Our distinguished master’s and doctoral-level faculty worked closely with Florida Hospital to develop a program for nurses who are in the middle of their careers and looking to advance.
When you enroll in the RN-MSN program at ADU, you are paired with a Retention Specialist, who guides you through the enrollment process and is there to answer any questions you have. Our program also offers around-the-clock tech support, discussion boards, and virtual office hours that help you keep in contact with faculty.
The MSN allows current RNs to advance in their careers. Whether you are looking to become a leader among nurses, are interested in moving over to the administrative side of healthcare, or are interested in teaching, the MSN will give you the skills you need to take the next step forward.
The Nursing RN – MSN program is set to begin in Summer 2018. Speak with an ADU Admissions Coordinator today to learn more about the admissions and application process.
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