Fall cohorts are now forming for RN to BSN, MSN, DNP and MAGELIN
Whether you’re looking to start your degree in nursing, or wanting to expand it through graduate coursework, the Department of Nursing at the College of Mount St. Joseph offers educational and experiential opportunities that will help you meet new challenges in a variety of nursing and health care settings.
RN to BSN – This program is designed for students who want to expand their career options by completing the BSN program. Courses build on previous nursing knowledge with an emphasis on leadership, management, evidence-based care and patient-centered nursing. The degree program is available through in-classroom learning and online learning.
MSN- The Master of Science Degree in Nursing (MSN) program includes a part-time, blended-course format allowing you to work while earning your degree. The program offers three specialized tracks: administration, education, and clinical nurse leader.
DNP - The Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP) program is designed to prepare nurses for leadership positions where they can improve the health and health care outcomes of individuals, families, groups and populations. The program's part-time, blended-course format provides the professional working student the opportunity to maintain full-time employment while earning a degree.
MAGELIN- The Master's Graduate Entry-Level into Nursing is designed for individuals with a non-nursing baccalaureate degree who want to enter the nursing profession. MAGELIN is a 15 month accelerated pre-licensure MSN degree program that can be completed in four consecutive semesters.
The Department of Nursing at the Mount has an outstanding reputation built on more than 80 years of educating nurses. Our graduates have become effective practitioners, administrators, and educators in all areas of nursing and health care delivery, nationally and globally.
Check out the Department of Nursing to learn more.