The curriculum patterns are designed for the working RN who enrolls on a part-time basis. These students bring valuable work experiences to their courses, and their courses enhance their work experiences. We have found that our students are able to manage school, work, and personal responsibilities with this pattern as long as they make arrangements for the additional time that their studies will require.
To allow students to complete the degree in a reasonable and expedient manner, beginning in 2015 cohorts of students are admitted once a year each Fall and progress through the program on the same schedule. Students must prepare to maintain their schedule. Students who withdraw must reapply and will be considered in the competitive admission process for that admission period. Readmission is not guaranteed.
Curriculum Patterns for all MSN Tracks.
First Year Courses for Students in All Tracks: 2 courses (6 credit hours) per semester in Fall, Spring, and Summer
- 6301 Research for Evidence Based Practice I
- 6304 Research for EBP II
- 6347 Theory
- 6315 Advanced Health Assessment
- 6320 Advanced Pathophysiology
- 6325 Advanced Pharmacology
Final Four Semesters for Students in the NP tracks:
|6511 Primary Care of Young Adults and6322 Epidemiology or
6332 Health Policy
|6512 Primary Care of Middle Adults and6205 Ed. Concepts or
|6413 Primary Care of Older Adults and
6205 Ed. Concepts or
6332 Health Policy
|6414 Primary Care of Children or Directed Practicum for Adult/Gero NP’s|
Final Four Semesters for Students in the CNL track:
|6329 Healthcare Informatics6332 Epidemiology||6327 Healthcare quality and Leadership6470 CNL Immersion I||6205 Ed. Concepts6332 Health Policy|
|6371 CNL Immersion II|
Final Four Semesters for Students in the Nurse Educator track:
|6350 Curriculum6332 Epidemiology||6348 Instructional Design6345 Evaluation||6340 Clinical Specialty Practicum6332 Health Policy|
|6349 Education Practicum|