College of Science and Health > Academics > School of Nursing > Undergraduate > Nursing RN to MSN
The RN to MSN curriculum provides for seamless progression for the Registered Nurse with an associate degree in nursing (ADN) to the master's degree in nursing (MSN). Along the way, these students will earn the Bachelor of Science degree in nursing (BSN); in anticipation of earning the BSN, students must apply for degree conferral. However, the focus of the program is on the attainment of the MS degree. The program is also available for RNs with a non-nursing bachelor degree and BSN graduates; both of whom will enter the program as graduate level students and earn the Master of Science in nursing (MSN). You can find more information at RN to MS in Nursing (MSN)
The RN to MSN program will be offered online except for the clinical requirements. Students will be required to complete clinical nursing experiences, which will be undertaken in their home communities with appropriate local preceptor agreements.