Earning Your Master’s in Nursing Can Expand Your Career Options

For those nurses looking to take their career to the next level, pursuing a master of science in nursing (MSN) degree is a surefire way to do so. Committing to a master’s degree program takes dedication, but it can have a huge impact on your nursing success in the form of new opportunities, from higher pay to greater responsibilities.

MSN – Masters Entry Clinical Nurse (MECN)

Two of our MECN students, Brandon Rice and Patrick Hill, were former football players. Read about their path to nursing.

Bachelor of Nursing: Post LPN

Number of credits required from Athabasca University: 45 credits (must be in required nursing courses).Maximum credit awarded in this program for prior learning through Prior Learning Assessment and Recognition (PLAR) processes: 9 credits.

PhD Program

Within a research-intensive context, the Faculty of Nursing’s PhD Program exists to prepare nursing scholars for the 21st century who are able to generate new knowledge and facilitate change to advance healthcare outcomes and nursing within a global context.

RN to MSN Bridge Program

The demand for highly educated nurses grows each day.Aspen University offers online, CCNE-accredited RN to MSN specialization programs for registered nurses who have an associate degree or diploma in nursing and want to expand their career opportunities. The program is designed for adult learners wishing to complete their master’s degree without the on-campus class requirement.

Nursing School Accreditation

Nursing school accreditation creates a gateway for nursing students to participate in federally funded and state entitlement programs. Graduates from accredited nursing school programs also qualify to attend other accredited schools to pursue advanced studies, including RN-to-BSN and master’s programs. It can also make you more competitive in the job market; employers prefer to hire accredited practitioners because they are trained under nationally established standards for nursing education.

Online Nursing School Q&A

Find answers to frequently asked questions about online nursing school and online nursing degrees.This online nursing school and education question and answer session will help you learn about online nursing degrees and whether they’re the right nursing career education choice for you.

Here’s What You’ll Study in a Registered Nurse (RN) Degree Program

You’ll have plenty of education options as a registered nurse, but first you’ll need to earn at least an associate’s degree.

Master of Nursing

Advancing Knowledge, Transforming PracticeRyerson’s graduate Nursing programs attract some of Canada’s best and brightest nursing professionals.

Master of Science in Nursing (MSN)

The power of choice defines the very best of career education. Our interdisciplinary approach provides students with the tools to address a variety of changing healthcare needs.

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