Yes, if you are an RN who currently holds an ADN/ASN or RN diploma. Non-nurses seeking a career as a nurse practitioner or another MSN concentration must first earn an undergraduate degree before pursuing an MSN.Herzing University offers unique “bridge” style RN to MSN programs for current ADN or diploma nurses with an RN license looking for a direct path to earning an MSN.Our RN to MSN program features multiple options for concentrations, including Adult Gerontology Primary Care Nurse Practitioner (AGPCNP/AGNP), Family Nurse Practitioner (FNP), Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioner (PMHNP), Nursing Education (NE), and Nursing Leadership and Administration (NLA).You may choose an accelerated RN to MSN degree pathway or earn your BSN on the way in our RN to BSN to MSN track. Learn more about Herzing's MSN programsExplore Now Other Questions How long does it take to earn a bachelor’s degree in healthcare administration? What kind of nursing specialties can I choose? Can medical billing and coding be automated? What online healthcare degrees are available besides billing or coding?