MSN - Master of Science in Nursing
- Designed to be completed in less than 2 years while working full-time as a Registered Nurse
- Classes are small enough to allow instructor/student individual attention for professional growth
- Hybrid courses that provide both online and valuable face-to-face interaction with faculty
- Classes meet face-to-face for just ONE HALF-DAY PER MONTH for the entire program
- Faculty who are committed to students’ learning with current, relevant expertise in nursing practice
- A diverse population of nurses who bring unique, "real world" experiences and knowledge to the classroom
- Strong collaboration and partnerships with regional health care providers to facilitate clinical experiences that are relevant to a Registered Nurse student
- Easy online access to full library services and reference material
- Numerous scholarships, grants, and "service-cancellable loans" available to Registered Nurses enrolled in the MSN program
The mission of the Master of Science in Nursing (MSN) program at Thomas University is to prepare nurses who are reflective and critical practitioners of the art and science of nursing; are caring, culturally competent, and politically aware; and who practice within a legal and ethical framework in the advanced roles of leader, advocate, educator, and researcher. The graduate will be an effective communicator, a competent scholar, and a professional role model. Graduates of the MSN program will be equipped with the knowledge, competencies, and values to assume roles as nursing leaders or educators in current and future health care or academic settings.
The MSN program is designed to allow students to maintain an active nursing practice while attending classes on campus one half-day per month. Courses are offered through a “hybrid” learning model, using a combination of a traditional classroom environment and online instruction. In addition, class sizes are intentionally small to allow for dynamic interaction between students and faculty. Internship hours are arranged at times and locations convenient to students and preceptors.
For more information, e-mail TU Admissions or call 229-227-6925.