undergraduate major: Nursing
Graduate Nursing Information Session 2/21/13
||Thursday, February 21
||Schiff Family Conference Center in the Cintas Center
GRADUATE NURSING INFORMATION SESSION
Learn about opportunities for study and how to apply.
REGISTER HERE (registration preferred). Registrants will receive an email that serves as a parking pass.
Registered nurses who wish to obtain a Master of Science in Nursing or a post-master's certificate have options for entry points (RN to MSN through post-master's certificate) and several focus area options including, for experienced RNs with a BSN or MSN, the NEW Family Nurse Practitioner Track. Experienced BSN-prepared registered nurses are eligible to apply for the FNP track and experienced MSN-prepared nurses are eligible for the post-master's FNP certificate track.
The MSN MIDAS program is designed for Individuals with a bachelor's degree in another discipline who wish to begin a career in nursing. The 20 month, five consecutive semester full-time day program, awards graduates a Master of Science in Nursing. Graduates are prepared to sit for the NCLEX-RN and for the Clinical Nurse Leader certification exam.
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