Graduate Programs

Master of Science in Nursing
Designed to focus on the skills and knowledge needed to fulfill this new role, this specialization shows you how to evaluate patient outcomes, assess risk, and coordinate with other health care professionals to ensure high quality care. The program prepares students to sit for the American Association of Colleges of Nursing CNL Certificate Exam.
Nursing Management and Executive Leadership | ONLINE
This specialization prepares you to adopt the necessary leadership principles and practices to assume greater responsibility ensuring effective and efficient care across all levels of a healthcare organization. Learn how to practice positive management and leadership with an emphasis on quality and safety.

Nursing Education | ONLINE
Complement your clinical experience with skills in teaching and learning to prepare the next generation of nurses.  The curriculum is designed to provide you with an understanding of issues in nursing education, curriculum design and evaluation theory, and experience in the faculty role needed to provide training in a college of nursing or other educational setting.

APRN Program - MSN/FNP

Family Nurse Practitioner
The Family Nurse Practitioner program consists of 42 graduate credit hours and is designed to prepare the RN with a Bachelor’s degree to become a certified Family Nurse Practitioner.

Post-Masters Certificate Family Nurse Practitioner
The program is designed to prepare the student who currently possesses a Master’s degree in nursing to become eligible for certification as a Family Nurse Practitioner.

Post-Masters Program - DNP
Focused on practice with innovation and practical clinical research and scholarship and designed to serve academically talented nurse practitioners, clinical nurse specialists, midwives, nurse anesthetists, nurse executives, and educators.