Have a Question? (866) 295-3104
Preparing registered nurses for the challenges of today’s health care environment with a Master of Science in Nursing graduate degree
The health care industry is changing. Today, nurses play a key role in ensuring the continued quality of patient care by using new technologies, coordinating with other health care professionals, and improving systems and processes. These challenging tasks require nurses with advanced knowledge and skills that aren’t taught on the job. Benedictine University offers its Online Masters in Nursing (MSN degree) program to prepare registered nurses to become effective and ethical leaders and health educators in the health care industry of today and tomorrow.
Benedictine’s Online MSN curriculum aligns with the graduate education standards specified by the American Association of Colleges of Nursing, which emphasize organizational and systems leadership, informatics and healthcare technologies, advocacy, interprofessional collaboration, evidence-based practice, quality improvement and cultural awareness, among other valued professional nursing qualities and skills.
The Online MSN offers two concentrations that reflect needs and trends in the nursing profession and also allow students to tailor their studies toward their own career goals:
Benedictine University is currently ranked among the Top 50 Best Online Graduate Nursing Programs by U.S. News & World Report.
MSN degree designed for your needs
For more than 25 years, Benedictine University has offered cutting-edge education programs for working nurses. Accredited by the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education (CCNE), our Online MSN is designed to allow you to learn on your own schedule. Affordable, flexible and designed to meet the challenges facing the nursing profession, our Online MSN Nursing Executive Leader (Nurse Administrator) or MSN Nurse Educator can help you transform your nursing career and rise to the demands of health care in the 21st century.
Learn more about our Online Master of Science in Nursing program by calling (866) 295-3104, or request more information here.