Our innovative master’s program is ideal for nurses seeking to advance their professional careers. The specialty curriculum we offer is based on competencies established by national nursing organizations and includes specialty program tracks in: Adult-Gerontology Clinical Nurse Specialist, Nurse Educator, Nursing Leadership and Administration, and a Post-MSN Adult-Gerontology CNS certificate program.
Designed with busy nurses in mind, our flexible classes combine face-to-face meetings with online learning, which allows you to balance work, life and school while completing your MSN degree in either a full-time or part-time format. Face-to-face class meetings meet on six, non-consecutive Saturdays, and are usually scheduled two to three weeks apart.
Your practicum schedule is arranged between you and your preceptor. At the Mount, all graduate nursing students and faculty convene at the same time for stimulating conversation examining multi-faceted issues.
Please note students must verify health clearances, have current CPR certification from an American Heart Association Basic Life Support (BLS) Healthcare Provider, and provide proof of malpractice insurance prior to registration for the practicum courses.