Master of Science (Nursing)
About the master of science in nursing

The Master of Science in Nursing is a professional degree program designed to prepare nurses to assume advanced nursing specialty roles. Students may study in one of three concentrations: nurse administrator, nurse educator, or family nurse practitioner (FNP).  Applicants must have a Bachelor’s degree in Nursing, basic health assessment course (or equivalent), and an upper-division undergraduate statistics course. FNP applicants also need an undergraduate pathophysiology course. The Miller Analogies Test (MAT) is required of all applicants. A thesis (or research project for the FNP students) is required for graduation.


Nursing Administration
Nursing Education
Family Nurse Practitioner