Master of Science in Nursing, MSN, Bryan College of Health Sciences

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Master of Science in Nursing

Earn your MSN while enjoying flexible online and on-campus learning

A Master of Science in Nursing enhances your skills, nursing knowledge and opens doors to multiple career options. Bryan College of Health Sciences in Lincoln, Neb. offers two graduate of science in nursing tracks that can be tailored to your needs.

Choose from two different Master of Science in Nursing (MSN) tracks:

Graduates will be qualified for teaching and leadership positions in colleges and universities, patient education, staff development and continuing education or training in health care.

Why Choose Bryan College of Health Sciences

  • Manageable course load designed for full time working nurses allowing work/life balance
  • Blended learning on-line and in-person – 75% online and 25% in a classroom
  • Preceptor program offering real-life situational learning
  • Affordable
  • Tuition scholarships available
  • Classes taught by award winning faculty

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Master of Science in Nursing Tracks

Bryan College of Health Sciences offers two MSN track to help you bring new skills to your career and advance to master’s level positions.

Nurse Educator Track
  • Incorporate advanced concepts to real-life practice and education
  • Master teaching strategies to produce deep learning
  • Develop networks with other students and experienced educators

Learn More About the Nurse Educator Track

Nurse Leadership Track
  • Build trusting relationships and empower others to provide excellent care
  • Solve complex organizational problems
  • Apply what you learn immediately in your job

Learn More About the Nurse Leadership Track


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Deadline:
Fall start: May 31
Spring start: September 30

Requirements:

Bachelor's degree with major in nursing

GPA: 3.0 or above

Current, unencumbered license as a professional registered nurse (RN) in Nebraska, or the state where practicum will occur

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