Methodist College Graduate School

Methodist College currently offers three options for students to obtain a Master of Science in Nursing.

The Methodist College Master of Science in Nursing (MSN) allows students the opportunity to select specific courses to meet their educational and professional goals.  The program provides twenty-one (21) credits of foundational course work to meet the core requirements of a master's degree in nursing as specified by The Essentials of Master's Education. Each student will complete these foundational courses and then elect an additional fourteen (14) credits to complete either an MSN (Generalist Option), MSN Nurse Educator, or MSN Nurse Leader Executive. 

To complete a Master of Science in Nursing- Nurse Leader Executive degree the student completes 21 credits of foundational courses and an additional 14 credits of focused nurse leader executive courses to complete the 35 credit master's degree.

To complete the existing Master of Science in Nursing- Nurse Educator degree the student completes 21 credits of foundational courses and an additional 14 credits of nurse educator courses to complete the 35 credit master's degree.

To complete a Master of Science in Nursing (MSN) - Generalist Option degree the student completes 21 credits of foundational courses and selects an additional 14 credits of nurse educator and nurse leader executive courses to complete the 35 credit master's degree. 

Master of Science in Nursing - Generalist Option

Master of Science in Nursing - Nurse Educator

Master of Science in Nursing - Nurse Leader Executive

Master of Science in Nursing - Admission Requirements

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