MSN and DNP Graduate Programs Available

The graduate programs are designed for the part-time student, leading to a Master of Science in Nursing or Doctor of Nursing Practice.  The programs build upon the concepts of a Bachelor of Science degree in Nursing and students choose their track of development.

The faculty and staff are well known for their ability to provide personal, individualized attention in a caring environment. Classes are generally held one night per week, with additional work done online.

Featured Spring 2015 Graduate Course

N541 Evidence-based Nursing Education is an elective theory course for master's students.
Evidence-based Nursing Education examines teaching/learning theories, strategies, and research in education that serves as the base for nurse, patient, and student education. Factors impacting the teaching/learning environment are explored with emphasis on evidence-based research and best practice to education in nursing.

100% Pass FNP Boards

100% (9 out of 9) of the APN graduates have passed their FNP board examinations and have secured employment as nurse practitioners in the region. Congratulations to Dr. Lizer, the faculty, and staff for these excellent outcomes for the May 2014 MSN class.


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