The School of Nursing offers a graduate curriculum leading to the Master of Science degree in nursing. The graduate program requires a minimum of 36 units. The program is designed for either full- or part-time study.
We are currently offering graduate programs within four concentrations (with additional specializations within the concentrations):
- Advanced Practice Nursing of Adults and the Elderly
- Community Health Nursing: School Nursing (admissions currently suspended)
- Nursing Education (admissions currently suspended)
- Nursing Leadership in Health Care Systems
- Women’s Health and Midwifery
Graduates of the nursing program will be prepared to function as middle or executive-level nursing administrators, nurse-midwives, clinical nurse specialists, nurse educators, and/or nurse practitioners. All graduates of the program are prepared for beginning roles as nurse researchers and for further educational opportunities in doctoral studies.