This is a 35-hour, non-thesis Masters of Nursing (MSN) with a blended leadership and education focus. Graduates from the program will be qualified to find employment in nursing education and leadership in a variety of hospital, community-based, and health care settings. A combination of innovative methods will be used to deliver the curriculum. Courses are offered multiple times throughout the year in a hybrid format. The program accommodates the schedules of most working nurses.


Three post-graduate courses with a focus on Healthcare Transformation can be completed in three semesters. Students completing all three courses can receive a certificate of completion in Healthcare Transformation. These stand-alone courses do not lead to a degree, but could be transferred into a degree program.

Graduates who meet work experience and continuing education requirements are prepared for optional national certifications through American Nursing Credentialing Commission, National League for Nursing, American Organization of Nurse Executives or American Association of Critical Care Nurses.

MSN Student Outcome Data 2017

  • Employment upon graduation: 100%
  • Program Completion rates: 82%