Master of Science in Nursing
The MSN prepares nurses with the complex practice skills and theoretical knowledge necessary for roles in advanced nursing and leadership in the contemporary health care system. Graduate study in nursing is the basis for professional growth in advanced practice roles and the foundation for doctoral study in nursing.
ASU is pleased to offer several different Degree options in the Masters Program:
Adult Health NursingClinical Nurse SpecialistNurse Educator
- Family Nurse Practitioner
For individuals who already have a graduate nursing degree, ASU offers a 2nd Degree and post Master's certificates in most specialty options. Contact the School of Nursing for more information regarding these options. RNs who do not have their baccalaureate degree in nursing should consider ASU's RN-to-BSN program.
Students wishing to enroll in MSN courses must first make application to the Graduate School. After review of this information and you have additional questions, you may contact Dr. Angela Schmidt, MSN Program Director, at firstname.lastname@example.org; Amanda Waters, Administrative Specialist II at email@example.com; or the School of Nursing at (870) 972-3074.