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Master of Nursing

If you’re looking for a way to advance your education while advancing your career prospects in the field of nursing, consider earning your Master of Nursing degree from Midway University. This program is 100% online coursework to give working nurses the opportunity to earn their MSN on their schedule – training the next generation of nursing leaders and educators.

From hospital and other medical settings to educational careers, this online MSN program offers two tracks to help students achieve their career goals:

  • MSN – Nursing Administration
  • MSN – Nursing Education

In addition to 18 hours in their chosen are of concentration – either Administration or Education – all graduate students will also complete 18 hours of core coursework over the following topics:

  • Evidence-based nursing
  • Ethics and health policy
  • Quality improvement and safety in nursing
  • Informatics healthcare technology
  • Research

The Nursing Administration concentration covers topics such as Nursing Leadership of Healthcare Delivery Systems, Financial Aspects of Health Care and the Role of the Nurse Administrator. For the Education track, classes include Advanced Health Assessment, Curriculum Development and Implementation, and Outcome Measurement and Evaluation in Education.

Designed to be completed in two years full-time or in three years of part-time study, this program is taught online to Kentucky students only. Didactic courses are offered online. Students will arrange a suitable practicum with faculty approval. The practicum can be completed where the student lives.

Our MSN program also offers two admission paths into the program – the RN (ADN)-MSN Bridge Program and the BSN-MSN Track. Talk with the Office of Admissions for details on admissions requirements and criteria for each.