RN to MSN (MSN) – Master
The RN/MSN program is offered to foreign-educated doctors who hold a nursing license and nurses who earned a Baccalaureate degree in a related field. This curriculum is designed to build upon students’ nursing education and professional experiences. This RN to MSN program will allow these professional nurses with previous medical and strong educational backgrounds to acquire evidence-based knowledge and the necessary skills to provide direct patient services at an advanced level. A total of fifty-five (55) credit hours are required for graduation. FNU awards a Master of Science Degree in Nursing upon completion of the RN to MSN program.
PROGRAM REQUIREMENTS (55 CREDITS)
|Nursing is a rewarding career. From the moment you begin your journey as a registered nurse (RN), you can make a positive impact on the lives of your patients. And if you choose to take it further, you can pursue a Master of Science in Nursing (MSN). This equips you with the leadership skills you need to become an advanced practice nurse, a leader and a mentor.
Pursuing a Master’s in Nursing is a great way to improve your career. While attending an RN to MSN program, you can become a leader in the field. There are many job opportunities available after completing a master’s program, from nursing administration to teaching and research positions.
• Active Registered Nurse License
• Graduated from an Associate of Sciences in Nursing from an accredited institution.
• All students must have completed all General Education requirements for the BSN with a grade of “C” or higher prior to starting the MSN core courses.