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RN - MSN Online Fast Track Program

RN to MSN online degree

Felician University’s online RN to MSN Program is specifically designed for RNs seeking to fast track their career advancement by achieving the MSN degree in a shorter period of time, in less credits, and at a substantial cost savings when compared to traditional nursing programs requiring a BSN to enroll in the MSN program.

The program is designed to help students develop proficiency in the American Organization of Nurse Executives (AONE) competencies and gain knowledge in nursing administration and health systems leadership. Employers recognize the value of the Master's in Nursing graduate degree as a higher-level academic degree than the BSN, which provides additional career advancement opportunities.

Why choose Felician’s online RN to MSN Fast Track program?

The fully online program has 3 specialty tracks from which to choose. After undergraduate courses are completed, courses are taken in your selected specialty track:

  • Nursing Administration (takes 29 months to complete)

    The program is designed to help students develop proficiency in the American Organization of Nurse Executives (AONE) competencies and gain knowledge in nursing administration and health systems leadership. Employers recognize the value of the Master's in Nursing graduate degree as a higher-level academic degree than the BSN, which provides additional career advancement opportunities.

Advanced Practice Tracks in Primary Care

  • Family Nurse Practitioner (takes 45 months to complete)

    Students who complete the MSN Family Nurse Practitioner degree leave the program with the skills needed to take on leadership roles in primary care to improve patient-centered care, safety and quality improvements, and to act ethically in all aspects of the nursing practice. Courses in the program include Pharmacology/Prescriptive Practice, Primary Care of Women, Primary Care of the Adult-Gerontology Population, and Primary Care of the Pediatric Population, to name a few.

  • Adult/Gerontology Nurse Practitioner (takes 45 months to complete)

    Students who complete the MSN Adult Gerontology Nurse Practitioner degree leave the program with the skills needed to take on leadership roles in primary care to improve patient-centered care, safety and quality improvements, and to act ethically in all aspects of the nursing practice. Courses in the program include Pharmacology/Prescriptive Practice, Primary Care of the Adult Gerontology Population, Primary Care of Women, and Advanced Health Assessment, to name a few.

  • This program design provides time to consider what specialty track you would like to pursue while you are still in the first year of the program.
  • You can take two courses at a time beginning with 8-week sessions for the undergraduate courses and then transition to 12-week sessions for the graduate courses.
  • The program is accredited by the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education (CCNE), which ensures that you’ll receive a high-quality degree.

Program Outcomes

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Admission Requirements

 

Required Courses

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Graduate Course Catalog

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