The purpose of the MSN Clinical Nurse Specialist track is to prepare nurses to develop a concentrated area of knowledge and to teach in nursing and health profession programs, in healthcare institutions and agencies, and in the community. The program combines courses from the School of Nursing and from the College of Education and Human Services to provide a solid foundation in teaching and learning. Specialty areas that we currently offer include Adult Health/Acute Care, Women’s Health, Psych, and Community. Candidates are encouraged to contact the program director (email below provided) prior to application to confirm that the specialty sought is still available.The School of Nursing offers a Full-Time (2-year) and a Part-Time (3-year) track, as listed below. Note that those entering the part-time track in the fall 2013 term will be under a MSN track that is pending transition in 2014 to a DNP track. This will require an adjustment to the number of credit hours and to the layout of the curriculum that is not currently available online. There will be an option to opt-out. Please check back in the near future for additional details!
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