Master of Science in Nursing

We know what it’s like to want to use your talents to the very best of your abilities. That’s why, at Concordia, we offer an online Master’s of Science in Nursing three concentration areas-Family nurse practitioners, primary care adult-gerontology nurse practitioners, and nurse educators.

Nursing

Taking healthcare to the next level

As a nurse, you’re eager to help others and are ready to take what you’ve learned to the next level. At Concordia, the next level is waiting for you. In our Master of Science in Nursing program, advance your calling as you build on Christian foundations and learn skills necessary for ongoing personal and professional growth.

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Program Overview

You want the confidence to perform in the top tier of nursing. Our classes, both online and on campus, and our knowledgeable staff, are here to assist you. From daily interaction with like-minded students and nursing professionals, to dedicated instruction on how to blend your Christian calling with your career, Concordia University Wisconsin will challenge you and advance your knowledge in areas such as bioethics, pathophysiology, and counseling, just to name a few. You’ve got the drive to succeed. Let us help you get there.

Program Highlights
  • Part-time and full-time options available
  • Two week residency required for advanced health assessment course
  • Faculty members bring current practice to the classroom
  • Courses built on a Christian foundation
  • Flexible online options
  • Spring and fall clinical rotations
Degree Details
Credit hours required:
  • Nurse Practitioner: 41
  • Nurse Educator: 39
Accreditation

The Master’s Degree in Nursing Program is accredited by the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education, One Dupont Circle, NW, Suite 530, Washington DC 20036, 202-887-6791.

Please Note
We are not accepting new students from Alabama, Alaska, California, Idaho, Kentucky, Louisiana, Maryland, New Jersey, New York, Oklahoma, Pennsylvania, Puerto Rico, South Dakota, Tennessee or Wyoming. Additionally, Washington D.C. students are required to do clinicals in Virginia.

International students wishing to come to campus are currently not eligible for this program due to the ration of online learning components required by the program. 
What to Expect

When you finish your Master’s in Nursing at Concordia, you’ll be able to help others in ways you never considered. This program is about more than just advancing professional values—it’s about collaborating, communicating, and translating scholarship into practice. Your knowledge of health care will allow you to continually improve patient care, giving you the ability to perform at the highest level of nursing practice.

Concentrations / Specializations
  • Adult/Gerontology Primary Care Nurse Practitioner
  • Family Nurse Practitioner
  • Nurse Educator
Locations
  • Online

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