Herzing is starting a new RN to MSN program that’s designed for registered nurses who want to further their career with a Master of Science in Nursing (MSN) degree. It provides a pathway for nurses who don’t need a bachelor’s degree and are pursuing a position that requires an advanced degree.
Students can choose from three tracks – Family Nurse Practitioner, Nursing Education and Nursing Leadership and Administration – all of which could be completed in as little as 20-24 months. Classes begin July 6 and enrollment is open now.
“We’re making it faster and more affordable for nurses to fulfill their career goals, advancing from RN to in-demand areas of advanced nursing practice, leadership and education,” said Herzing University President Renee Herzing. “This program complements the other pathways in our nationally recognized nursing program and reflects our commitment to providing what adult students value.”
Coursework for the RN to MSN program is completed online, excluding the required clinicals. Herzing has a team of advisors dedicated to helping students secure their clinical as part of the school’s Clinical Placement Pledge.
The master's degree programs in nursing at Herzing - Madison are accredited by the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education. Herzing University is approved to offer programs in an online learning modality through association with its campus in Madison, Wisconsin.