Master of Science in Nursing | MSN | Generalist | Methodist College

Master of Science in Nursing - Generalist Option

Today's professional nurses continually seek opportunities to learn and grow in their career. Whether through continuing education programs or pursing advanced degrees, nurses must be prepared to respond to the ever-changing demands of today's healthcare environment.

The Methodist College Master of Science in Nursing (MSN) degree is a generalist degree that allows students the opportunity to select specific courses  to meet their educational and professional goals. Twenty (20) credits of foundational course work meet the core requirements of a master's degree in nursing as specified by The Essentials of Master's Education in Nursing of the American Association of Colleges of Nursing

Students  complete the foundational courses and then elect an additional minimum fifteen (15) credits of nurse educator and complete the minimum 35 credit master's degree. 

Graduate Nursing Courses

Old Course Number

New Course Number

Credit Hours

Theoretical Foundations of Nursing & Nursing Education

N500

N5303

3

Roles, Issues, and Public Health Policy

N600

N6303

3

Leading Change in Healthcare and Nursing Education

N610

N6313

3

Informatics in Nursing Practices & Nursing Education

N620

N6302

2

Evidence Base Practice

N630

N6323

3

Statistical Analysis in Clinical Research and Nursing Practice

N635

N6333

3

Internship in Advanced Nurse Generalist

N646

N6343

3

Subtotal

20

Graduate Nursing Electives

Subtotal

14

Total Hours

34


Learn about the admission requirements for this program. 

Printable Curriculum Sheet (PDF)

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Graduate Program Handbook & Catalog

Other Graduate Programs:

Master of Science in Nursing - Nurse Educator

Master of Science in Nursing - Prelicensure