Join our thriving nursing network of over 7,500 Nursing students, 16,000 Nursing alumni and 750 Nursing faculty.3 Our online CCNE-accredited2 Master’s degree in Nursing features online Empowered Learning™ courses to ensure you do more than study the material—you create real-world projects that demonstrate your new knowledge required to flourish in your career. Empowered Learning™ also allows you to:
With an affordable, all-in cost under $10,000,6 four start dates a year, no GRE requirement and no application fee, you can start your MSN degree without delay—and the time is now.
On this page:
Our program is designed for busy nurses, so you can continue to work while you earn your degree. We offer 100% online curriculum complemented by local practicum experiences and four start dates per year.
Online Empowered Learning™ courses allow you to learn by doing and manage your pace. Go faster when you can, and slower when you need to with no weekly deadlines.
From 24/7 tech support, experienced faculty, graduate services advisors and career services to library and learning services with over 400,000 ebooks and electronic reference materials, we’re dedicated to a robust learning community.
Synthesize and apply your classroom learning and work experience in local practicum experiences within your community.
Job-search strategies, resume building, interview practice and employer networking—online and available anytime.
On the go or at home, online courses allow you to learn at your pace, wherever you work best.
Learn by doing real-world projects, manage your pace and stay connected with faculty and peers.
We are committed to providing affordable tuition and breaking down the numbers so that you can see how achievable your goals are. With four start dates a year, 11-week terms and a total of 12 courses, full-time students can finish in as few as 18 months1 for as low as $10,000.6
$155 cost per credit
x 48 total credits
$7,440 total tuition
+ $2,460 total fees
$9,900 estimated total program cost
Applicants to this program must hold a conferred Bachelor of Science in Nursing degree from a regionally or nationally accredited college or university with a cumulative 3.0 GPA or higher, possess a current unencumbered RN license that is valid in the United States and provide two letters of reference (one professional and one personal). This program is not available to residents of all states. Please speak with an admissions advisor to determine your eligibility for enrollment. A cleared background check will be required for participation at practicum sites.