TAKE THE NEXT STEP –
EARN YOUR MSN FULLY ONLINE
Play a bigger role in healthcare with MBU’s Master of Science in Nursing three concentration areas: Family Nurse Practitioner, Nurse Educator and Executive Leadership. Our 100% online MSN programs will provide a flexible path to expanding your practice in as little as 2 years – even as you work full time.
- 100% Online – Flexible online classes and labs that work with your shift schedule and busy lifestyle.
- Advance your career while working full time – This program is designed to accommodate the working nurse. Full-time students can complete their degree in as few as six (6) semesters.
- Real-world Experience – MBU’s professors have real-world, professional experience to help students stay up to date on all current challenges and trends in the field.
- Academics and Faith– MBU is a Christian University in St. Louis, committed to providing strong academic programs with a focus on integrating personal faith in the practice of nursing while serving a global and culturally diverse community.
- BSN degree
- 3.0 GPA
- Active unencumbered RN license
- MSN application
Family Nurse Practitioners play a critical role in healthcare teams. FNPs work primarily in out-patient practices, treating patients with commonly occurring illnesses and injuries. In family practice, internal medicine and pediatric practices, FNPs perform primary and secondary care with an emphasis on following up with the patients and family. Learn more about our program here.
The Executive Leadership concentration will prepare nurses to take on leadership roles at healthcare and nursing organizations. Nurses who pursue this concentration will be prepared to advance the healthcare industry through executive-level positions, leading out in change management and innovative approaches to healthcare.
The Nurse Educator concentration equips registered nurses with the tools to teach nursing students, training the next generation of registered nurses in nursing skills and the most up-to-date healthcare practices. Nurse Educators are employed in hospitals, community settings and schools of nursing.