As of Fall 2010, we will no
longer be accepting new applications for the
on-ground MSN Nursing practitioner or administration
specialties. Applicants interested in these
specialties should consider the online/blended Doctor
of Nursing Practice degree.
here for additional information.
Applicants interested in the Clinical Nurse Leader
(CNL) speciality can still apply to the Master of
Science in Nursing degree program. The CNL
specialty will be offered as an online/blended
PLEASE NOTE, WE ARE CONTINUING OUR COMMITMENT
TO OFFERING THE MSN PROGRAM THROUGH THE REGENTS
ONLINE CAMPUS COLLABORATIVE.
HERE FOR INFORMATION ABOUT THIS EXCITING ONLINE
Current Students click here for
The Master of Science in Nursing (MSN) degree program
prepares nurses for advanced practice and entry into
specialization. Offered with both convenient
part-time and full-time options, the MSN specialized degree
programs take place on campus in Johnson City for the NP
specialties and as a hybrid online program for the
Administration specialty. Students who
successfully complete the program are qualified to take a
national certification examination.
For admissions requirements and
For Core Performance Standards,
For progression standards,
For financial aid,
For program purposes, goals and outcomes,
here for an overview of common course requirements
for the MSN.
advisor in the Office of Student Services.
The Master of Science in Nursing (MSN) degree program is to
prepare nurses for advanced practice and entry into specialization.
The focus of the graduate program is on the delivery of nursing
care to rural and underserved clients across the life span.
Curricula are available to prepare you as Nurse Administrators, or
Family, Adult, Gerontological, or Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse
Practitioners. The program is fully accredited by the Commission on
Collegiate Nursing Education (CCNE).
Fall semester deadline - February 1
Spring semester deadline - July 1
Summer semester deadline - December 1