Northwest Nazarene University's Department of Nursing offers an online Masters in Nursing (MSN) degree. Our program is designed to prepare the associate or baccalaureate registered nurse for the role of a Nurse Leader and Educator. Expand your current nursing career or open a new career path that develops your nursing experience by pursuing your MSN at NNU.
The online MSN program is designed for the working professional nurse. It is offered in a fully online learning environment, providing you with the flexibility to work and go to school full-time. You'll learn from caring faculty with over 160 years of experience. As your professors pass on their years of knowledge to you, they will prepare you to do the same for others. If a quality education based on flexibility and relationships is important to you, then the online Masters in Nursing degree from NNU is a great fit.
The MSN program features small classes, accessible faculty, and an asynchronous cohort model. Students generally take from 6 to 9 credit hours per semester and are considered full-time students. The Masters in Nursing program begins every fall (August) and students can complete the graduate program in 2 years.
For the associate degree nurse: the undergraduate preparatory courses are offered spring and summer semesters, numbers permitting.