Masters Programs Offered:
Degree programs prepare students for specialization in any of the following functional role areas:
The program is 48 credits and can be completed in two academic years of full-time study. Part-time study is an option with program plans for three or more years of study.
Thesis or Capstone Project
All student are required to complete a capstone project at the end of their program. This two-semester long planning and implementation is to demonstrate integrated synthesis of all areas of the program: Research, Clinical Focus, and Role Development.
Although not required, students may opt to write a thesis as a nursing elective.
A maximum of 12 graduate credits completed with a grade of “B” or better, taken within the previous five years may be transferred from an accredited university. Courses used to satisfy requirements for another degree may not be transferred.
Last Updated: 1/18/13