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Wilkes University’s School of Nursing offers accredited online Master of Science with Major in Nursing programs to help both working adults and recent graduates advance their careers. The Wilkes Nurse Executive and Nursing Education programs offer the cutting-edge professional knowledge and skills needed in today’s dynamic, evolving health care industry. Our graduate nursing degree programs are also practitioner-based: study real world solutions in class you can apply to your current job. The reliable Wilkes online learning system allows you to complete coursework around your schedule, wherever you connect online. The cohort structure also allows you to learn and share knowledge with other students. All Wilkes Nursing courses are taught by experienced, respected faculty dedicated to mentoring and personalized support. Choose either the Nurse Executive or Nursing Education concentration and enjoy the Wilkes advantage:

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- Professional – Enhance your knowledge and skills with our cutting-edge curriculum
- Rigorous – We are accredited by the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education

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A Bachelor of Science in Nursing degree is considered a standard requirement for registered nurses (RNs) seeking broader professional responsibilities and career opportunities. If you are an RN and want to advance your career, Kaplan University's online Bachelor of Science in Nursing completion program could help you earn the credentials you need to qualify for new opportunities in specialized nursing and nursing management.† Study to enhance your skills to better meet the demands of patient care while you prepare for your future in nursing.

†Kaplan University's programs are designed to prepare graduates to pursue employment in their field of study, or in related fields. However, the University does not guarantee that graduates will be placed in any particular job or employed at all.


If you are an RN and your career goals require earning a Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) AND a Master of Science in Nursing (MSN), consider the RN-to-MSN option. The RN-to-MSN option offers associate's- or diploma-level nurses the opportunity to satisfy specific core requirements for Kaplan University's Master of Science in Nursing program while completing their bachelor's degree in nursing. Students then have the opportunity to enter a condensed version of Kaplan University's Master of Science in Nursing program.

Students completing this accelerated program will earn their Kaplan University BSN and MSN degrees at a faster pace and lower cost than completing each degree separately. The RN-to-MSN option is subject to eligibility requirements.


While a bachelor's degree may qualify you for many nursing positions, some nursing career paths require a master's degree. Kaplan University's Master of Science in Nursing allows you to study online and prepare for career advancement in administrative, informatics, faculty, or staff development roles.* Students complete a practicum experience to bridge the classroom content to the practice setting, during which they work closely with a mentor in a selected health care setting. Specializations include nurse administrator, nurse educator, and informatics.

Focus on the principles of personnel management, policy development and implementation, budgeting, and the use of information technology in advanced nursing roles. Complete a practicum experience during which you will work closely with an administrator mentor in a selected health care setting. Study to prepare for administrative or managerial positions and leadership roles in hospitals, community health settings, and long-term care facilities.*

*Kaplan University's programs are designed to prepare graduates to pursue employment in their field of study, or in related fields. However, the University does not guarantee that graduates will be placed in any particular job, eligible for job advancement opportunities, or employed at all. Additional training or certification may be required.


While a bachelor's degree may qualify you for many nursing positions, some nursing career paths require a master's degree. Kaplan University's Master of Science in Nursing allows you to study online and prepare for career advancement in administrative, informatics, faculty, or staff development roles.* Students complete a practicum experience to bridge the classroom content to the practice setting, during which they work closely with a mentor in a selected health care setting. Specializations include nurse administrator, nurse educator, and informatics.

Focus on developing courses and programs that integrate nursing philosophy. Examine the applications and both the ethical and legal issues related to the use of technology in teaching. Analyze assessment, measurement, and evaluation methods used in nursing education. Prepare for a faculty or educator role in colleges or schools of nursing, continuing education programs, staff development, clinical education, and patient and community education.* Explore strategies for developing effective educational experiences.

*Kaplan University's programs are designed to prepare graduates to pursue employment in their field of study, or in related fields. However, the University does not guarantee that graduates will be placed in any particular job, eligible for job advancement opportunities, or employed at all. Additional training or certification may be required.


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While a bachelor's degree may qualify you for many nursing positions, some nursing career paths require a master's degree. Kaplan University's Master of Science in Nursing allows you to study online and prepare for career advancement in administrative, informatics, faculty, or staff development roles.* Students complete a practicum experience to bridge the classroom content to the practice setting, during which they work closely with a mentor in a selected health care setting. Specializations include nurse administrator, nurse educator, and informatics.

*Kaplan University's programs are designed to prepare graduates to pursue employment in their field of study, or in related fields. However, the University does not guarantee that graduates will be placed in any particular job, eligible for job advancement opportunities, or employed at all. Additional training or certification may be required.


Kaplan University’s Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP) is designed to prepare advanced practice nurses to thrive in today’s rapidly changing health care environment. With the shrinking number of primary care providers, the nursing shortage, and the increasing complexity of patient care, the field of nursing needs clinical experts and leaders with the highest level of scientific knowledge and expertise. To meet this need, the American Association of Colleges of Nursing (AACN) has called for advanced practice nurses to hold doctoral degrees by 2015.    

Kaplan University’s online Doctor of Nursing Practice fits into the schedules of busy advanced nurses, allowing them to earn a valuable health care credential while continuing to work. This degree could open the door to new opportunities for clinical and leadership positions in a variety of roles.* Students can also enhance their current practice expertise by choosing an executive leader, family nurse practitioner, or adult-gerontology nurse practitioner specialization.

At this time, the Doctor of Nursing Practice is available only in select states. Speak with an Admissions Advisor for more information.         

Source: American Association of Colleges of Nursing, DNP Fact Sheet, April 2013, on the Internet at www.aacn.nche.edu/media-relations/fact-sheets/dnp.


Kaplan University’s Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP) is designed to prepare advanced practice nurses to thrive in today’s rapidly changing health care environment. With the shrinking number of primary care providers, the nursing shortage, and the increasing complexity of patient care, the field of nursing needs clinical experts and leaders with the highest level of scientific knowledge and expertise. To meet this need, the American Association of Colleges of Nursing (AACN) has called for advanced practice nurses to hold doctoral degrees by 2015.

Kaplan University’s online Doctor of Nursing Practice fits into the schedules of busy advanced nurses, allowing them to earn a valuable health care credential while continuing to work. This degree could open the door to new opportunities for clinical and leadership positions in a variety of roles.* Students can also enhance their current practice expertise by choosing an executive leader, family nurse practitioner, or adult-gerontology nurse practitioner specialization.

At this time, the Doctor of Nursing Practice is available only in select states. Speak with an Admissions Advisor for more information.

Source: American Association of Colleges of Nursing, DNP Fact Sheet, April 2013, on the Internet at www.aacn.nche.edu/media-relations/fact-sheets/dnp.


Kaplan University’s Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP) is designed to prepare advanced practice nurses to thrive in today’s rapidly changing health care environment. With the shrinking number of primary care providers, the nursing shortage, and the increasing complexity of patient care, the field of nursing needs clinical experts and leaders with the highest level of scientific knowledge and expertise. To meet this need, the American Association of Colleges of Nursing (AACN) has called for advanced practice nurses to hold doctoral degrees by 2015.

Kaplan University’s online Doctor of Nursing Practice fits into the schedules of busy advanced nurses, allowing them to earn a valuable health care credential while continuing to work. This degree could open the door to new opportunities for clinical and leadership positions in a variety of roles.* Students can also enhance their current practice expertise by choosing an executive leader, family nurse practitioner, or adult-gerontology nurse practitioner specialization.

At this time, the Doctor of Nursing Practice is available only in select states. Speak with an Admissions Advisor for more information.

Source: American Association of Colleges of Nursing, DNP Fact Sheet, April 2013, on the Internet at www.aacn.nche.edu/media-relations/fact-sheets/dnp.


Explore how to promote holistic health care to the adult population while diagnosing and managing their acute and chronic health problems. Prepare to serve as an advocate for clients as they interface with the health care system. Complete a clinical practice experience and apply theoretical knowledge while working with a qualified preceptor.*

At this time, the adult-gerontology nurse practitioner specialization is available only in select states. Speak with an Admissions Advisor for more information.

*Please note that most states require nurses to be nationally certified in order to obtain licensure as a nurse practitioner. Students are responsible for determining whether they will be eligible for state Board of Nursing approval and certification as a nurse practitioner or advanced practice nurse in their state. Students can obtain additional information from their state’s Board of Nursing, the American Nurses Credentialing Center (AACN), and the American Academy of Nurse Practitioners (AANP).

 


If you are an RN and your career goals require earning a Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) and a Master of Science in Nursing (MSN), consider the Accelerated MSN option. The Accelerated MSN option offers associate’s- or diploma-level nurses the opportunity to satisfy specific core requirements for Kaplan University’s MSN program while completing their bachelor’s degree in nursing. Students then have the opportunity to enter a condensed version of Kaplan University’s MSN program. Students completing this accelerated program will earn their Kaplan University BSN and MSN degrees at a faster pace and lower cost than completing each degree separately. The Accelerated MSN option is subject to eligibility requirements.


Explore how promote holistic health care to adults and children in a family context, while diagnosing and managing their acute and chronic health problems. Prepare to serve as an advocate for clients as they interact with the health care system. Complete a clinical practice experience and apply theoretical knowledge while working with a qualified preceptor.*

*Please note that most states require nurses to be nationally certified in order to obtain licensure as a nurse practitioner. Students are responsible for determining whether they will be eligible for state Board of Nursing approval and certification as a nurse practitioner or advanced practice nurse in their state. Students can obtain additional information from their state’s Board of Nursing, the American Nurses Credentialing Center (AACN), and the American Academy of Nurse Practitioners (AANP).


Kaplan University’s Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP) is designed to prepare advanced practice nurses to thrive in today’s rapidly changing health care environment. With the shrinking number of primary care providers, the nursing shortage, and the increasing complexity of patient care, the field of nursing needs clinical experts and leaders with the highest level of scientific knowledge and expertise. To meet this need, the American Association of Colleges of Nursing (AACN) has called for advanced practice nurses to hold doctoral degrees by 2015.    

Kaplan University’s online Doctor of Nursing Practice fits into the schedules of busy advanced nurses, allowing them to earn a valuable health care credential while continuing to work. This degree could open the door to new opportunities for clinical and leadership positions in a variety of roles.* Students can also enhance their current practice expertise by choosing an executive leader, family nurse practitioner, or adult-gerontology nurse practitioner specialization.

At this time, the Doctor of Nursing Practice is available only in select states. Speak with an Admissions Advisor for more information.         

Source: American Association of Colleges of Nursing, DNP Fact Sheet, April 2013, on the Internet at www.aacn.nche.edu/media-relations/fact-sheets/dnp.


Kaplan University’s Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP) is designed to prepare advanced practice nurses to thrive in today’s rapidly changing health care environment. With the shrinking number of primary care providers, the nursing shortage, and the increasing complexity of patient care, the field of nursing needs clinical experts and leaders with the highest level of scientific knowledge and expertise. To meet this need, the American Association of Colleges of Nursing (AACN) has called for advanced practice nurses to hold doctoral degrees by 2015.    

Kaplan University’s online Doctor of Nursing Practice fits into the schedules of busy advanced nurses, allowing them to earn a valuable health care credential while continuing to work. This degree could open the door to new opportunities for clinical and leadership positions in a variety of roles.* Students can also enhance their current practice expertise by choosing an executive leader, family nurse practitioner, or adult-gerontology nurse practitioner specialization.

At this time, the Doctor of Nursing Practice is available only in select states. Speak with an Admissions Advisor for more information.         

Source: American Association of Colleges of Nursing, DNP Fact Sheet, April 2013, on the Internet at www.aacn.nche.edu/media-relations/fact-sheets/dnp.
 


Kaplan University’s Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP) is designed to prepare advanced practice nurses to thrive in today’s rapidly changing health care environment. With the shrinking number of primary care providers, the nursing shortage, and the increasing complexity of patient care, the field of nursing needs clinical experts and leaders with the highest level of scientific knowledge and expertise. To meet this need, the American Association of Colleges of Nursing (AACN) has called for advanced practice nurses to hold doctoral degrees by 2015.    

Kaplan University’s online Doctor of Nursing Practice fits into the schedules of busy advanced nurses, allowing them to earn a valuable health care credential while continuing to work. This degree could open the door to new opportunities for clinical and leadership positions in a variety of roles.* Students can also enhance their current practice expertise by choosing an executive leader, family nurse practitioner, or adult-gerontology nurse practitioner specialization.

At this time, the Doctor of Nursing Practice is available only in select states. Speak with an Admissions Advisor for more information.         

Source: American Association of Colleges of Nursing, DNP Fact Sheet, April 2013, on the Internet at www.aacn.nche.edu/media-relations/fact-sheets/dnp.


Kaplan University’s Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP) is designed to prepare advanced practice nurses to thrive in today’s rapidly changing health care environment. With the shrinking number of primary care providers, the nursing shortage, and the increasing complexity of patient care, the field of nursing needs clinical experts and leaders with the highest level of scientific knowledge and expertise. To meet this need, the American Association of Colleges of Nursing (AACN) has called for advanced practice nurses to hold doctoral degrees by 2015.    

Kaplan University’s online Doctor of Nursing Practice fits into the schedules of busy advanced nurses, allowing them to earn a valuable health care credential while continuing to work. This degree could open the door to new opportunities for clinical and leadership positions in a variety of roles.* Students can also enhance their current practice expertise by choosing an executive leader, family nurse practitioner, or adult-gerontology nurse practitioner specialization.

At this time, the Doctor of Nursing Practice is available only in select states. Speak with an Admissions Advisor for more information.         

Source: American Association of Colleges of Nursing, DNP Fact Sheet, April 2013, on the Internet at www.aacn.nche.edu/media-relations/fact-sheets/dnp.





The Psychiatric-Mental Health Nurse Practitioner (PMHNP) specialty track educates students for advanced practice to improve mental health care and overall health status of communities with a focus on individuals across the lifespan and populations in rural and underserved areas.  The PMHNP program will prepare you to provide high-quality mental health care incorporating integrative care and telehealth technology.

 

The PMHNP program is available as a Post-Master’s Certificate with the option of completing a Companion Doctor of Nursing Practice degree for currently certified Nurse-Midwives and Nurse Practitioners. Applicants must have a master’s or higher degree in nursing and currently hold national certification in one of the following advanced practice registered nurse specialties to apply: Adult Nurse Practitioner (ANP), Certified Nurse-Midwife (CNM), Family Nurse Practitioner (FNP), Geriatric-Adult Nurse Practitioner (GANP), Geriatric Nurse Practitioner (GNP), Pediatric Nurse Practitioner (PNP), Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioner (PMHNP), Women’s Health Care Nurse Practitioner (WHCNP), Acute Care Nurse Practitioner (ACNP) or Neonatal Nurse Practitioner (NNP).

 

All current nurse-midwives and nurse practitioners seeking to become a psychiatric-mental health nurse practitioner can be admitted to one of the following programs:

 

?     Post-Master’s Certificate (PMC) only (39 credit hours)

In the Post-Master’s Certificate (PMC) program, students who successfully complete the program of study for the PMHNP will receive a post-master’s certificate with eligibility for the national certification exam as a Psychiatric-Mental Health Nurse Practitioner. Completion of the PMHNP Post--Master’s Certificate (PMC) requires 39 credits, with the option for a 15 month or 18 month plan of study.

 

?     Post-Master’s Certificate (PMC) + Companion DNP program (65 credit hours)

For students who desire to pursue the the PMC and also a Doctor of Nursing Practice degree, the PMC + Companion DNP program option will be the best fit. This plan of study allows for the completion of the Post-Master’s Certificate and gives students the option to continue seamlessly into the Companion DNP curriculum – without having to reapply – to earn a Doctor of Nursing Practice degree. Students seeking the PMC + Companion DNP will complete approximately 65 total credits depending on gap analysis review of previous transcripts and identification of any additional courses needed. Completing the DNP degree is highly recommended.

 

In FNU’s distance education programs, your home community serves as your classroom. You’ll also complete a clinical practicum in your community. Our curriculum has a strong academic and clinical basis. It is unique in that we teach you not only to be a nurse practitioner, but also to be an entrepreneur and a leader in the healthcare system.

 

Program Overview:

?     Earn a Post-Master's Certificate with option of completing a Companion DNP.

?     Distance education setting allowing you to remain in your own community.

?     Two brief visits to Kentucky campus (4 days and 5 days).

?     Full time and part time options available.

?     Small cohort of 25 students.

 

For applicants seeking MSN with option of Companion DNP:

The PMHNP MSN+Companion DNP program will launch in 2018 with applications accepted in summer 2017. 


The BSN degree completion program is designed to provide students with a market-relevant understanding of how to:

  • Practice visionary thinking while integrating new patient care demands, traditional and futuristic care practices and new technologies into quality patient care;
  • Perform nursing skills proficiently and safely to promote and support the healing and understanding of the whole person (physiological, mental, spiritual), assuring ethical health outcomes, and meeting professional nursing standards;
  • Collaborate with nurse managers to revamp the nursing workforce and support professional nursing practice;
  • Shape healthcare policy to meet the needs of diverse individuals and communities;
  • and many more career-related topics.

This degree completion program features courses that include: Professional Nursing Practice, Management of Critical Health Issues, Legal Nurse Consulting, Finance in Healthcare, Forensic Nursing and many others. Also included is a nursing capstone project designed to integrate and apply the various concepts, theories and dynamics of the nursing coursework.

Courses are taught by instructors with applicable experience in today's nursing industry. Students can absorb relevant perspectives and professional insights from people who can help them acquire the knowledge and skills necessary to pursue a broad range of career opportunities such as Nurse Administrator, Chief Nursing Officer, Public Health Nurse, Nurse Manager and many others.

CTU cannot guarantee employment or salary.

*The 17-month Bachelor's degree assumes that all Associate-level requirements have been met through an Associate degree or the equivalent. Program length varies by program.



University of Cincinnati's College of Nursing creates leaders for an industry that craves their expertise. Our students are challenged to be agents for real change by a faculty of experienced, practicing nurses. With our diversified suite of online MSN specialties, graduates are empowered to drastically alter the course of the healthcare industry and the lives of countless patients. Online learning affords our students the flexibility to work in their home community while earning their advanced degree. UC MSN graduates also exceed the national pass rate for certification.

The Adult Nurse Practitioner specialty is for the nurse interested in primary or specialty care. Students receive expert training in the treatment and diagnosis of adults and special populations like women, adolescents, and the elderly. Graduates become leaders in a variety of settings, advance their careers, and most importantly improve the quality of life of countless adults.


University of Cincinnati’s College of Nursing creates leaders for an industry that craves their expertise. Our students are challenged to be agents for real change by a faculty of experienced, practicing nurses. The 100% online format allows students to maintain their career while pursuing an advanced degree.

The Adult-Gero Clinical Nurse Specialist is a multifaceted role focusing on patient/family, nurse/nursing practice, and organization/system. The UC AGCNS program prepares nurses to become expert clinicians in specific areas of specialization, such as adult health/gerontology, or critical care. This program is ideal for the nurse seeks to be the expert in their clinical field, a peer mentor, and influence organizational processes and decisions. The AGCNS program can be completed in as few as 2 years, and graduates are eligible to sit for certification.


University of Cincinnati’s College of Nursing creates leaders for an industry that craves their expertise. Our students are challenged to be agents for real change by a faculty of experienced, practicing nurses. The 100% online format allows students to maintain their career while pursuing an advanced degree.

The Nursing Administration specialty is for those individuals interested in health care management. These nurses are true leaders in their industry because of their expert knowledge of organizational systems, organizational change, and the role nurses have in the global health care arena.  The curriculum focuses on clinical reasoning, policies, management, finances, strategy, HR, and leadership. The Nursing Administration program can be completed in as few as 2 years, and graduates are eligible to sit for certification.






The Master of Science in Nursing (MSN) degree, Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP) degree and a Post-Master's Certificate are offered in the nurse-midwifery specialty track. In our Community-based Nurse-Midwifery Education Program (CNEP), you will complete your studies either full-time or part-time with your home community serving as your classroom. You’ll also complete a clinical practicum in your community, where you’ll work closely with a Certified Nurse-Midwife. FNU has agreements with preceptor sites across the country and continually adds sites.

Our curriculum has a strong academic and clinical basis. It is unique in that we teach you not only to be a nurse-midwife, but also to be an entrepreneur and a leader in maternal and infant health care. There is also a strong primary care component, preparing you to care for women across the lifespan.

Registered nurses with a BSN or bachelor’s degree (in any field) seeking to become a nurse-midwife will be admitted to the MSN + Companion DNP program. When you receive the Master of Science in Nursing degree, you may choose to either continue seamlessly into the 17 credit hour Companion DNP program or end your studies with the MSN. Completing the DNP is highly recommended. For advanced practice nurses already certified as a nurse practitioner who wish to add certification as a nurse-midwife, our Post-Master’s Certificate program may be a good fit.

Students will sit for the certification examination to become a Certified Nurse-Midwife after the MSN degree or Post-Master’s Certificate is conferred. Students are strongly encouraged to seamlessly continue on to complete the DNP. Applicants with an ADN and no bachelor’s degree in any field will apply through the ADN Bridge Entry Option.



The Master of Science in Nursing (MSN) degree, Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP) degree and a Post-Master's Certificate are offered in the nurse-midwifery specialty track. In our Community-based Nurse-Midwifery Education Program (CNEP), you will complete your studies either full-time or part-time with your home community serving as your classroom. You’ll also complete a clinical practicum in your community, where you’ll work closely with a Certified Nurse-Midwife. FNU has agreements with preceptor sites across the country and continually adds sites.

Our curriculum has a strong academic and clinical basis. It is unique in that we teach you not only to be a nurse-midwife, but also to be an entrepreneur and a leader in maternal and infant health care. There is also a strong primary care component, preparing you to care for women across the lifespan.

Registered nurses with a BSN or bachelor’s degree (in any field) seeking to become a nurse-midwife will be admitted to the MSN + Companion DNP program. When you receive the Master of Science in Nursing degree, you may choose to either continue seamlessly into the 17 credit hour Companion DNP program or end your studies with the MSN. Completing the DNP is highly recommended. For advanced practice nurses already certified as a nurse practitioner who wish to add certification as a nurse-midwife, our Post-Master’s Certificate program may be a good fit.

Students will sit for the certification examination to become a Certified Nurse-Midwife after the MSN degree or Post-Master’s Certificate is conferred. Students are strongly encouraged to seamlessly continue on to complete the DNP. Applicants with an ADN and no bachelor’s degree in any field will apply through the ADN Bridge Entry Option.
The Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP) is conceived as the highest degree for clinical nursing practice. The Frontier Post-Master's DNP program is designed for certified nurse-midwives and nurse practitioners who want to improve their skills in the areas of leadership, clinical scholarship, evidence based practice and clinical evaluation. Candidates for FNU’s online Post-Master’s DNP program must hold licensure as a registered nurse, a master’s degree and national certification in one of the following specialty areas:
• adult nurse practitioner (ANP)
• certified nurse-midwife (CNM)
• family nurse practitioner (FNP)
• geriatric-adult nurse practitioner (GANP)
• geriatric nurse practitioner (GNP)
• pediatric nurse practitioner (PNP)
• psychiatric mental health nurse practitioner (PMHNP)
• women’s health care nurse practitioner (WHCNP)

The Post-Master's DNP program will build upon and expand the competencies of the masters' prepared advanced practice nurse. The goal of the program is to improve health care outcomes and the delivery of primary health through enhanced nursing leadership. Our focus is on rural and underserved populations.
The Post-Master's DNP program is a full-time 33 credit hour program, including eight credits (360 hours) of clinical practicum. The curriculum is delivered using distance education strategies over the course of five, 11-week terms. There are two required on-campus experiences. The first is a three-day orientation to the program called DNP bound. The second on-campus experience is during the final term of the program when students will attend a three-day session during which they will present their Capstone projects to their fellow students, colleagues and faculty.

Program Overview:
• Distance education setting allowing you to remain in your own community
• Full-time 15-month program; 33 credit hours.
• Focus on health care issue of your choice for the capstone project
• Two 3-day on-campus experiences
• Small cohort of 20-25 students