Graduate Programs in Nursing

How far do you want to take your nursing career?

Graduate nursing education is a multifaceted, dynamic, and rigorous process organized to prepare professional nurses for advanced nursing practice roles. It expands upon the skills and knowledge learned at the baccalaureate level which has been refined through clinical practice experiences.

MSN Degree Program

Our Master of Science in Nursing program prepares practitioners that are uniquely able to provide direct and indirect care to diverse groups of people, in a variety of settings, within the current, complex health care systems environment.

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DNP Degree Program

Our Doctor of Nursing Practice degree program prepares graduates in two advanced practice specialty areas of Family Nurse Practitioners (FNP) and Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioner (PMHNP). Graduates are able to develop and evaluate quality within a health system, collaborate with inter-professional teams to improve health outcomes, and be leaders in the nursing profession.

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Post Graduate Nurse Practitioner Certificate Program

The certificate program is designed for individuals who already hold an ARNP licensure or are doctorally-prepared nurses to add a specialty to their credentials without completing all the requirements for the Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP) degree. It is available for both post-master’s and post-doctoral entry options.

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