Adult Advanced Practice Nurse
Adult Advanced Practice Nurse (AAPN-also known as the Clinical Nurse Specialist) program prepares graduates as clinical experts who provide, supervise, and improve care for adult patient populations within the expanded scope of advanced nursing practice.
Nurse Educator (MSN)
The Nurse Educator program prepares graduates as educators within the advanced nursing practice with a unique two-tier approach. Tier one focuses on the academic capabilities of teaching and learning in nursing programs.
Nurse Executive (MSN/MBA Dual Degree)
The MSN/MBA Dual Degree program prepares graduates for employment in executive positions within the health care system. Graduates serve as nurse leaders, with knowledge of business theory and skills, in order to direct and evaluate health services.
Family Nurse Practitioner
Family Nurse Practitioner program prepares graduates as primary care providers within the scope of advanced nursing practice. Students acquire the clinical and experiential knowledge that serves as the basis for competency in advanced nursing practice.
Accelerated RN-to-MSN Program
Developed in order to better meet the higher education needs of registered nurses (RN) with either associate's degrees or diplomas, both the RN-to-BSN and the RN-to-MSN program adhere to the same philosophy that frames the traditional BSN and MSN program.
Post MSN Nurse Practitioner Certification
Depending upon the number of courses you transfer into this program, you may be able to complete the CFNP in one year.
MSN Completion for Certified Nurse Midwives & Certified Nurse Practitioners
The curriculum of the MSN Completion Program recognizes the expertise of the practicing certificate-prepared clinician. Therefore, the post-certificate MSN student may transfer in up to the equivalent of 26 credits.