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Lead nurses in education and administration
Make your mark on aspiring nurses as an educator and leader. Gardner-Webb’s MSN program helps you improve Christ-inspired patient care and promote and manage a positive nurse environment.
We understand that as an experienced nurse, you are a working adult with family and personal priorities, and that’s why we allow you to complete the program at a pace you can manage. The MSN program is fully online, and you may finish the program in as little as two years. Depending on your unique need, you may complete the program full-time with two courses per semester or part-time with one course per semester.
Our supportive and expert faculty will teach you from their professional healthcare experiences and keep a close-knit classroom, even in a virtual setting. Besides completing your online coursework, you’ll be able to fulfill your practicum experience in local healthcare and education settings.
If you are a Gardner-Webb BSN graduate, you may enter the MSN program directly if you graduated within the last year.
The courses in the MSN tracks of study are offered in a logical sequence from the core requirements of theory, issues, research, and professional role development to courses in the major area of concentration. The MSN Nursing Education and Nursing Administration concentrations culminate in the application of knowledge in a practicum experience and development of a practice project.
Additional information, including descriptions of specific courses and their corresponding credit hours, is available in the Academic Catalog.
Your classes, labs, and hands-on learning experiences will help you:
Take on professional nursing leadership roles in healthcare organizations. The Master of Science in Nursing with a concentration in Nursing Administration can be completed in 30 to 36 credit hours. We offer this program in collaboration with our Graduate College of Business.
Become a professional educator in an academic or healthcare setting. The Master of Science in Nursing with a concentration in Education can be completed in 30 to 36 credit hours. You’ll apply nursing education and learning principles in practice settings.
With an MSN degree, you can pursue your career in nursing education and administration at hospitals, medical centers, higher education institutions, and more.
You’ll also be able to advance your education right here at Gardner-Webb in our Doctor of Nursing Practice program. This allows for an easy transition and keeps you focused on your bright future in nursing leadership.
Take the next step towards professional excellence. Once you've found the program that's right for you, learn about admission requirements and opportunities for financial aid.
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