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The Master of Science in Nursing provides online study beyond the baccalaureate in Nursing. The role specialties are administrator, educator, practitioner, and post master’s options. Clinical specialties are adult and family. The graduate student in the administrator role completes a minimum of 495 theory and 660 clinical clock hours. The graduate student in the educator role completes a minimum of 480 theory and 720 clinical practice clock hours. The graduate student in the practitioner role completes a minimum of 465 theory and 720 clinical practice clock hours.

The MSN program offers a non-traditional class and clinical schedule, online courses combined with strategically scheduled campus seminars, online classes that feature frequent chat and discussion activities with other students and faculty, and clinical learning opportunities that can be scheduled in facilities and agencies near the student’s home community with faculty approval. 


 

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