Master's in Nursing: MSN Program

Take your career one step further and pursue the best of your nursing abilities

Master of Science in Nursing

Next level healthcare

Healthcare is always evolving. And there is a real need for talented people like you to drive that change. The Master of Science in Nursing (MSN) from Concordia University Wisconsin teaches you the skills necessary for ongoing personal and professional growth in your career. And with three concentrations to choose from, you can hone in on your best abilities as a nurse. Choose the path that best interests you:

  • Family Nurse Practitioner
  • Adult/Gerontology Primary Care
  • Nurse Educator
  • Informatics (NEW!)

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Program features

  • Full & part-time online course schedule options are available.
  • One day campus orientation.
  • All students must attend a required two week Advanced Health Assessment on-campus. This class is offered January or June, prior to beginning clinical coursework.
  • Students have an option to take courses which allow them to participate in experiences that enhance cultural competency and provide service to others.
  • Courses are built upon a Christian perspective of service and leadership.
  • Opportunities for nursing students to engage in Interprofessional Educations (IPE) and collaboration with other health professions.

Quick Facts

Credits

39/41

Cost per Credit

$740

Careers
  • Family Nurse Practitioner
  • Adult/Gero PC NP
  • Nurse Educator
Getting Started

Admission Requirements

  • BSN degree from an accredited nursing school
  • Minimum 3.0 cumulative GPA
  • Current licensure as a registered nurse in the USA
  • Actively working in practice
  • Current CPR certification
  • Successful completion of a Statistics course within five years of admission to the program
  • Science and undergraduate nursing GPA is evaluated as part of the admission process