Wednesday, May 21, 2014
The School of Nursing offers a number of options for advanced nursing preparation:
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The School also offers the Master of Science in Nursing for registered nurses (MSN and RN to MSN) and for individuals with a bachelors degree in another field who wish to become registered nurses (MSN MIDAS program). Most registered nurses may start any semester and take courses part-time in the late afternoons and evenings, MSN MIDAS students start in fall semester (late August) and take daytime lecture and clinical courses full-time and complete the program in 20 months.
Admission to the MSN program is open to:
- Associate degree or diploma prepared registered nurses through the RN to MSN program;
- Registered nurses with a BSN and associate degree OR for diploma prepared nurses with a BA/BS via the educational mobility option; and
- Individuals with a desire to be a registered nurse who have a bachelor's degree in another field (MSN MIDAS program).
The MSN program is accredited by the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education (CCNE) and approved by the Ohio Board of Nursing (OBN).
Also offered are post-master's options open to qualified individuals:
- Doctor of Nursing Practice for registered nurses with a Master of Science in Nursing are a BSN and and master's degree in another field
- Post-master's clinical nurse leader certificate for registered nurses with an MSN
- Post-master's family nurse practitioner certificate for registered nurses with an MSN and one year of RN work experience
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