MSN Degree Plan
The MSN curriculum provides students with the knowledge and experience to assume leadership positions in overall health care delivery and fulfill the fundamental requirements to secure middle and top-level administrative positions in health care agencies.
The MSN Administration degree option is open to nurses who possess an RN license and a Baccalaureate degree in Nursing (BSN).
The School of Nursing offers graduate course work for nurses leading to a Master of Science in Nursing (MSN) degree with a concentration in Nursing Administration. This concentration is designed to provide students with the knowledge and preparation to assume leadership roles in a variety of health care delivery systems.
Admission to the MSN program is in accordance with the general regulations of the Graduate School and the admission requirements of the School of Nursing.
Please take a moment to complete the Request More Information form so we may contact you and answer any questions you may have.
MSN Degree Tracks
- MSN Full-time Degree Track
- MSN Part-time Degree Track
- MSN Full-time Degree Track-2019
- MSN Part-time Degree Track-2019
MSN Application submission is now open-Now Accepting Applications!
For more information about the MSN program, please contact the School of Nursing MSN Program Advisor at 575-646-7770 or email us at email@example.com. You can also visit us on campus. We are located in room 110 of The College of Health and Social Services.
To apply for entry into the NMSU School of Nursing Master of Science in Nursing Administration degree option, please follow the link below and submit before the semester deadline.
ATTENTION: You must use the application process for admission to the MSN, DNP or PhD programs at:
https://app.applyyourself.com/AYApplicantLogin/ApplicantConnectLogin.asp?id=nmsugrad. Create a log in and follow the steps in the process to ensure that your application is received at both the School of Nursing and NMSU Admissions.
For specific questions related to the MSN Program, contact:
- MSN Academic Advisor
- MSN Specialty Track Director
Dr. Ruth Burkhart