MSN in Nursing
The Master of Science in Nursing program is designed to prepare nurses as interdisciplinary, collaborative nursing leaders. Students acquire advanced knowledge of nursing theory, research, informatics, and health policy in addition to specialized knowledge in an academic/role "track" within the program. Integral to the program are interdisciplinary educational experiences.
Available MSN Tracks:
- Clinical Nurse Leader: Synthesize data and implement evidence-based care. Work with interdisciplinary teams to improve outcomes and efficiency of care, while continuing to work directly with patients.
- Nurse Educator: Learn about curriculum development, teaching strategies and methods for student and program evaluation. Graduates are prepared to teach in academic or clinical settings.
- Nurse Administrator: Synthesize nursing and business knowledge in diverse settings and through application of the research process. Graduates will be prepared to function as members of interdisciplinary executive level teams.
The nursing programs at Queens are proudly affiliated with over 40 clinical agencies nationwide. The number of affiliated agencies continues to grow. To eliminate additional financial burdens for our students, Queens will not contract with agencies requiring a fee for clinical placement or affiliation agreements.
For program details, course information and to request a program brochure, contact a Queens admissions representative toll free at 866.313.2356.
Nursing Specific Policies and Procedures
Please see the Presbyterian School of Nursing Student Handbook for detail on specific policies and procedures for MSN students.