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The following MSN programs are currently accepting students and have MSN or RN-MSN nursing programs. Be sure to check with each program on specific prerequisites for their program.

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RN to MSN: Designed for RNs who do not have a bachelor’s degree but have earned an associate degree, or a diploma or certificate from a hospital-based program.
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University of Texas Arlington

CCNE Accredited RN to MSN program, 100% online, accelerated program allows you to earn your MSN in less time—and save more money—than if you complete the RN to BSN and MSN programs separately. Also has an FNP program.

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Alvernia University: RN to MSN Program Review
Alvernia University, 400 St Bernadine Street, Reading, PA 19607
Alvernia University is a liberal arts post-secondary institution based in the city of Reading. The university was established as a teacher training institution for the Sisters of the Third Order of St. Francis in 1926. In 1958, Alvernia University became a college.

A Master of Science in Nursing program with a focus in Nursing Education is offered at Alvernia University. The Department of Nursing at Alvernia University was established in 1977 and its programs are accredited by the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education. The nursing education program is suitable for nurses who seek to teach aspiring RNs, serve in a staff development roles or design online education programs.

The nursing program is designed to be flexible and accommodate nurses wit h a working schedule. The RN to MSN program is delivered in a blended format with courses online and campus-based, and can be completed in three years. Upon completion of the program, students can pursue career opportunities in staff development programs, undergraduate level nursing programs and clinics.

In order to apply to the nursing masters program at Alvernia University, applicants will need to submit a copy of their transcripts indicating a BSN from a program accredited by a nursing body. Though the GRE or MAT is normally a requirement, applicants who meet one of the following conditions are exempt from taking the exam:

GPA of 3.0 or above

Graduation from a BSN program no more than five years prior

Graduates of Alvernia College

Applicants to the Alvernia University masters in nursing program must have at least one year of nursing experience prior to entering the nursing program.

Bloomsburg University of Pennsylvania: RN to MSN Program Review

Bloomsburg University of Pennsylvania

400 E 2nd St

Bloomsburg, PA 17815

Bloomsburg University of Pennsylvania was founded in 1839. It was originally built as a youth training institution. The university is located in Columbia County, Pennsylvania, in the city of Bloomsburg.

Nursing programs at the Bloomsburg University of Pennsylvania are accredited by the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education. The following specializations are offered within the RN to MSN and traditional Master of Science in Nursing Program:

Adult and Family Nurse Practitioner

Nurse Anesthesia

Nursing Administration

Community Health (Administration or School Health focus)

Special programs are offered for nurses with a certification in a specialty area such as School Nurse, Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetist, Certified Registered Nurse Practitioner and Certified Nurse Midwife. These programs allow nurses to complete an MSN without repeating clinical courses.

In general applicants to the nursing program must meet several requirements including a Bachelor of Science degree in Nursing and Pennsylvania nursing license. The undergraduate GPA must be a 3.0 or above. Certain specializations have requirements for years of experience in a specific area of practice. Prerequisite courses to the nursing masters program include research, statistics and health assessment. In order to be accepted into the Master of Science in nursing program, applicants must also attend an admission interview with a nursing advisor.

The Nurse Anesthesia program requires experience shadowing a CRNA and a minimum of one year of clinical experience.

California University of Pennsylvania: RN to MSN Program Review

California University of Pennsylvania
250 University Ave

California, PA 15419

California University of Pennsylvania is a public university based in the Pennsylvania city of California. The university was established in 1852. California University of Pennsylvania serves over 8,000 students each year.

The RN to MSN program at California University of Pennsylvania is delivered online and takes less than two years to complete. The Master of Science in Nursing program offers a Nursing Administration and Leadership focus. The nursing masters program prepares nurses for leadership positions in a variety of industries including hospitals, insurance agencies and long-term care centers. Financial aid is available to help nurses afford the MSN program. Unlike many online nursing programs, students in the California University of Pennsylvania MSN program will not need to travel to campus at any time.

Entrance requirements to the nursing program include a Bachelor of Science degree in Nursing degree from a program accredited by the CCNE or NLNAC. A 3.0 QPA in undergraduate study is required for acceptance into the nursing masters program. The following undergraduate nursing courses should be completed as prerequisites to the MSN program:

Nursing Research

Statistics

Nursing Leadership

Applicants to the nursing program are not required to take the Graduate Record Exam. After submitting the application and related materials including two letters of recommendation and a resume, applicants are also required to complete a telephone interview with the admission committee.

Carlow University: RN to MSN Program Review

Carlow University

3333 5th Ave

Pittsburgh, PA 15213

The Sisters of Mercy established Carlow University in 1929. The university is named for the city in Ireland where the Sisters of Mercy originated. Carlow University was established in the Roman Catholic tradition.

The nursing masters program at Carlow University offers several Nurse Practitioner specializations. Classes in the MSN program are held in the evenings and during the day. The RN to MSN program can be completed in as little as two years or up to four years depending on how many courses a nursing student takes each semester. A Family Nurse Practitioner or Nursing Education and Leadership specialization track is offered online in the nursing masters program. The Nursing Concentration in Education and Leadership can be completed in as little as 1 year full-time, though the program is also offered on a part-time schedule.

A BSN with a GPA of 3.0 or above is required for admission to the Carlow University nursing program. Applicants to the nursing masters program FNP track should have at least one year of career experience in clinical care. A prerequisite course in statistics is also required. In some cases, applicants to the nursing program will need to attend an interview with an admission representative.

Cedar Crest College: RN to MSN Program Review

Cedar Crest College

100 College Dr

Allentown, PA 18103

Cedar Crest College is a private post-secondary institution for women. The college offers liberal arts focused educational programs. Cedar Crest College was established in 1867 and serves over 1,300 students. The campus is based in Allentown, approximately one hour away from Philadelphia.

Cedar Crest College offers a campus-based nursing masters program that is accredited by the National League for Nursing Accrediting Commission. The MSN program is offered through SAGE, the School of Adult and Graduate Education. Students in the nursing masters program attend courses once weekly during the evenings or the daytime. The MSN program is offered in Allentown and Reading. Students in the nursing masters program have the opportunity to study abroad in Africa, Europe or Central America. Nurse Educator and Nurse Administrator specialization options are offered in the nursing masters program.

The MSN program can be completed in 2 to 4 years of study. To apply to the RN to MSN program, nurses should have a BSN degree completed with a 3.0 or above GPA and a current nursing license. Three letters of recommendation, including one from an employer and one from a nursing instructor should be included with the application. It is recommended that applicants have at least one year of experience as nurse prior to enrolling in the nursing masters program.

Chatham University: RN to MSN Program Review

Chatham University

Woodland Road

Pittsburgh, PA 15232

Chatham University was founded in 1869 as Pennsylvania Female College. Today the university is coeducational. Chatham University has three campuses – Eden Hall, Chatham Eastside and Shadyside, which serves as the original campus location. Over 2,000 students are enrolled at Chatham University.

Chatham University offers a CCNE accredited nursing masters program with specializations in Leadership, Education or Informatics. Chatham University offers information on financial aid and scholarship opportunities via the nursing department website. Applicants that are interested in financial aid should complete a FAFSA.

The nursing masters program accepts students annually in the fall. Applying to the nursing program at Chatham University is free. Applicants should have a BSN degree, 3.0 undergraduate GPA or above and a current nursing license. In addition to the application, nurses should also submit a personal statement and current resume.

Students in the Nursing masters program will complete 21core credits, and 15 credits in their area of focus. The nursing masters program is delivered online and requires 250 hours of clinical practicum experience. Since the MSN program is offered online, nursing masters students will complete clinical practicum requirements in their locale. The RN to MSN program is 36 credits and can be completed in as little as four semesters of study.

Clarion University: RN to MSN Program Review

Clarion University

840 Wood St

Clarion, PA 16214

Clarion University is a public university that was founded in 1867. The university serves over 6,000 students from more than 40 states and 30 countries. Clarion University is based in the Pennsylvania city of Clarion.

Edinboro University and Clarion University have collaborated to offer a Master of Science in Nursing program. The nursing masters program offers a Family Nurse Practitioner or Nurse Educator specialization. Students can enroll in the nursing program full or part time. The National League for Nursing Accrediting Commission accredits the nursing programs at Clarion University. Upon completion of the nursing masters program, students will earn degrees from both Edinboro and Clarion Universities.

The minimum academic qualification needed to apply to the MSN program is a BSN degree. Applicants to the nursing program should have a nursing license in the area in which clinical practicum requirements will be completed. Bachelors prepared nurses applying to the nursing program should have a 2.75 Quality Point Average or above. Applicants to the RN to MSN Program that already hold an MSN should have a 3.0 QPA or above. Nursing masters program applicants should have 2,000 hours of career experience as a nurse (one year of full time work or two years of part time work).

DeSales University: RN to MSN Program Review

DeSales University

2755 Station Ave

Center Valley, PA 18034

DeSales University takes its name to St. Francis De Sales University. Before changing its name to DeSales University in 2001, the university was known as Allentown College of St. Francis DeSales. DeSales University was founded in 1965, and was originally a men’s Catholic college. Today the university serves both men and women.

The Master of Science in Nursing programs at DeSales University have been offered since 1984. Since the inception of the RN to MSN program every nursing masters students has passed their certification exam. The nursing masters programs are accredited by the National League for Nursing Accrediting Commission. The following specializations are offered in the nursing masters program:

Family Nurse Practitioner

Adult Clinical Nurse Specialist

RN to MSN Program (Accelerated)

Joint degree Master of Science in Nursing/Master of Business Administration program for Nurse Executives

MSN Completion for Nurse Practitioners and Nurse Midwives

The MSN program offers specializations as a FNP and Adult Clinical Nurse Specialist for the traditional and Accelerated MSN programs. Nurses who already hold an advanced practice certification without having to repeat clinical courses in the nursing masters degree completion program. To apply to the nursing masters program, applicants should have a Bachelor of Science degree in nursing from a program accredited by a nursing body. The undergraduate GPA should be 3.0 or higher.

Drexel University: RN to MSN Program Review

Drexel University

3141 Chestnut St

Philadelphia, PA 19104

Drexel University is a private research university based in the city of Philadelphia. The university’s namesake is Anthony Drexel, an entrepreneur and philanthropist whose assistance lead to the founding of the university in 1891.

The RN to MSN programs at Drexel University are accredited by the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education. The following specializations are offered in the nursing masters program at Drexel University:

Clinical Trials Research

Leadership in Health Systems Management

Nursing Education and Faculty Role

Clinical Nurse Leader

Innovation and Intra Entrepreneurship Advanced Practice Nursing

Nurse Anesthesia

Adult-Gerontology Acute Care

Family Nurse Practitioner

Women’s Health

Pediatric Primary Care

Adult Psychiatric/Mental Health

An accelerated track is available for nurses that have a bachelors degree in a non-nursing field.

Several nursing masters tracks are available online, though campus-based tracks are also offered. In general, to be admitted to the Master of Science in Nursing program, a nurse should have a Bachelor of Science in Nursing degree earned with a 3.0 or higher GPA. Applicants with a GPA below 3.0 are considered on a case by case basis. Certain programs, such as the Nurse Anesthesia and Nurse Practitioner tracks require years of experience in specific areas and Graduate Record Exam scores. In certain cases, letters of reference should also come from specific individuals.

Duquesne University: RN to MSN Program Review

Duquesne University

600 Forbes Avenue

Pittsburgh, PA 15282

Duquesne University is a private university affiliated with the Catholic faith. The university is based in Pittsburgh. Duquesne University was originally named Pittsburgh Catholic College when it was founded in 1878.

The nursing programs at Duquesne University are offered online. Students in the nursing program can choose from a specialization as a Nurse Educator, Forensic Nurse or Family Nurse Practitioner. Though nursing programs are delivered online, students must attend a two-day campus-based orientation. Additionally, students who choose to enroll in certain courses are required to come to campus to complete coursework. Despite these requirements to come on campus, clinical practicum experiences can be completed in the student’s area of residence.

Applicants to the nursing masters program at Duquesne should have a 3.0 QPA or above. Before beginning the RN to MSN portion of the program, students should have a minimum of one year experience working as a nurse. Other prerequisites for the nursing program include completion of a course in statistics. Certain tracks also require t a physical assessment course. In some cases, students may be required to have an interview with a nursing faculty member.

Along with the nursing masters application, nurses should submit letters of reference, a copy of their nursing license and a personal statement.

Eastern Mennonite University: RN to MSN Program Review

Eastern Mennonite University

1200 Park Rd

Harrisonburg, VA 22802

Eastern Mennonite University is a private university affiliated with the Mennonite Church. The liberal arts post-secondary institution was founded in 1917. About 1,500 students are enrolled at Eastern Mennonite University.

A CCNE-accredited MSN is offered at Eastern Mennonite University’s School of Nursing. A Leadership and School Nursing and Leadership and Management track are offered at the university. The nursing masters program can be completed in approximately 2 years of study. Students in the program can pursue a part or full time plan of study as the program was designed with working nurses in mind. Most clinical requirements for the program can be completed in the student’s workplace.

Students in the Leadership and Management track are prepared for the certification exam in their area of study. Students in the School Nursing track are prepared for the Pennsylvania certification required by the Department of Education. Applicants to the nursing masters program should have at least 2,080 hours of career experience as a nurse, which is equivalent to approximately one year of full-time work. A Bachelor of Science in Nursing earned with a 3.0 GPA or above is required for the program.

Career opportunities for RN to MSN students in the management track include being a unit manager, supervisor or even holding a faculty role in a nursing education program. Nurses in the School Nursing track usually go on to work in school settings and may also hold faculty roles.

Edinboro University: RN to MSN Program Review

Edinboro University

219 Meadville St

Edinboro, PA 16444

Edinboro University of Pennsylvania is more commonly known as simply Edinboro University. The post-secondary institution is based in Pennsylvania, not to be confused with the University of Edinburgh in Scotland. Edinboro University was founded in 1857 and has campuses in Erie, Edinboro and Meadville.

Edinboro University offers a nursing masters program in collaboration with Clarion University. Courses in the nursing masters program are offered at Clarion University. Two specialization tracks, Family Nurse Practitioner and Nurse Educator are offered in the RN to MSN program. Both Edinboro University and Clarion University will award degrees to students who complete the MSN. The National League for Nursing Accrediting Commission accredits the Master of Science in Nursing. The MSN is delivered completely online.

In addition to submitting an application, students are required to attend an on campus interview for the MSN program. The nursing department website lists the approximate dates for the admission interviews. Admission to the Master of Science in Nursing program is competitive and at minimum, applicants should have a QPA of 2.75 or above. In addition to holding a BSN qualification, applicants to the nursing program should have at least one year of full time work experience (two years of part-time experience).

Excela Health: RN to MHS Program Review

Excela Health School of Anesthesia

One Mellon Way

Latrobe, PA 15650

Excela Health was founded in 2004. The merger of three hospitals in Westmoreland County resulted in the creation of Excela Health. The three hospital locations include Westmoreland, Latrobe and Frick. In 1955, the first class of nurses graduated from the Anesthesia School.

Excela Health’s Anesthesia School offers a Master of Health Science program focused on Nurse Anesthesia. The nursing masters program can be completed in just over 27 months. Upon completion of the nurse anesthesia program, nurses are eligible to take the exam to become a Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetist. Nurses in the program will complete clinical practicum experiences with several of the school’s 20 clinical partners.

For admission to the nurse anesthesia masters program, applicants should have a BSN degree or a Registered Nurse license with a bachelors degree in a field considered appropriate by the nursing admission committee. At least one year of acute care nursing experience is required in ordered to be admitted to the nursing masters program. A GPA of 3.0 or above and current BLS and ACLS certifications are also required for nurses to be admitted to the nursing program.

Applicants should take the Graduate Record Exam and send scores to the Anesthesia school. Along with the application form, applicants should submit a personal statement and three letters of recommendation.

Gannon University: RN to MSN Program Review

Gannon University

109 University Square

Erie, PA 16541

Gannon University is a private Catholic university based in Erie, Pennsylvania. The university was founded in 1925 and has liberal arts focused degree programs. Just over 4,000 students are enrolled at Gannon University.

The following RN to MSN program specializations are offered at Gannon University:

Nurse Anesthesia

Nurse Practitioner

Nursing Administration

An MSN program is offered for nurses holding a BSN. The Nursing RN to MSN program is for Registered Nurses with management potential that have not yet earned a Bachelor of Science degree. In general, admission requirements to the MSN program include a BSN degree, a grade of “B” or better in statistics and research courses at the undergraduate level and good scores on the Graduate Record Exam. In addition to the nursing masters program application, nursing masters applicants should submit three letters of recommendation with their application.

The graduate nursing programs are accredited by CCNE and COA. Students in the Nurse Practitioner program will graduate with a Family Nurse Practitioner focus. Unlike many Nurse Anesthesia programs which award an MS degree, students in the Nurse Anesthesia program will earn an MSN degree with a Nurse Anesthesia focus. Most of the nursing masters programs can be completed within 7 semesters of study.

Gwynedd-Mercy College: RN to MSN Program Review

Gwynedd-Mercy College

1325 Sumneytown Pike

Gwynedd, PA 19437

Gwynedd Mercy College is located in Gwynedd, Pennsylvania, with an additional campus located in Fort Washington. Gwynedd-Mercy College is a liberal arts based Catholic institution that is located less than 30 miles from Philadelphia.

The following specializations are offered in the nursing masters program at Gwynedd-Mercy College:

Clinical Nurse Specialist (Adult Gerontology)

Nurse Practitioner (Pediatric or Adult Gerontology)

Certified Nurse Educator

The CNS and NP tracks require 43 credits of study, while the Nurse Educator track requires 37 credits. The RN to MSN programs offered are suitable as a foundation for further graduate study at the doctoral level. Students are admitted to the nursing masters program three semesters each year. Upon application to the MSN programs, students have the opportunity to enroll in three courses as a non-degree student. An accelerated option is offered for Registered Nurses without a BSN aspiring to earn an MSN.

The nursing masters program is accredited by the National League for Nursing Accrediting Commission. For admission into the nursing masters programs, applicants must take the Graduate Record Exam or Miller Analogies Test. In addition to the online application, nursing masters applicants should take prerequisite courses in statistics and physical assessment. Applicants that have not taken these courses are required to do so before enrolling in the masters degree program.

A BSN is required to be admitted to the nursing masters program. Registered Nurses with a bachelors degree in a non-nursing field may take the National League for Nursing Baccalaureate Achievement Exam.

Holy Family University: RN to MSN Program Review

Holy Family University

9801 Frankford Ave

Philadelphia, PA 19114

Holy Family University is a Roman Catholic post-secondary institution founded in 1945. The Sisters of the Holy Family of Nazareth founded the institution. In addition to the main campus in Philadelphia, other campuses are located in Newtown and Bensalem.

Three CCNE-accredited nursing programs are offered at Holy Family University. Aspiring MSNs may enroll in a Community Health Nursing, Nursing Education or Nursing Administration MSN program. The nursing masters program curriculum is interdisciplinary and each specialization is 39 credits of study, including core courses.

To apply to the nursing program applicants should have a Bachelor of Science degree from a CCNE or NLN accredited nursing program at a regionally accredited college or university. A prerequisite course in statistics is required before students begin graduate study and must be completed with a grade of “C” or higher. Provisional admission is offered in some cases for applicants with a GPA below 3.0. Applicants offered provisional admission must earn a GPA of 3.0 in six credits of graduate coursework.

Along with the application, applicants must submit a personal statement, letters of recommendation and a resume. If applicants are admitted to the RN to MSN program without a BSN degree, they must be three additional prerequisite courses.

Immaculata University: RN to MSN Program Review

Immaculata University

1145 King Road

Immaculata, PA 19345

Immaculata University is based in the city of Immaculata, Pennsylvania. The university was founded in the Roman Catholic faith by the Sisters, Servants of the Immaculate Heart of Mary. Immaculata University is based approximately 20 miles from Philadelphia.

The nursing masters program at Immaculata University offers Nursing Education and Nursing Administration specializations. Classes for the nursing masters program are held at on and off-campus locations. The RN to MSN program is 39 credits and accredited by the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education. Upon completion of the masters program, nurses can take the certification exam in their area of specialization.

To apply to the nursing masters program, applicants should have a BSN from a program accredited by CCNE or the National League for Nursing Accrediting Commission. An undergraduate 3.0 GPA or above is required for admission to the nursing masters program.

In addition to submitting an application, Master of Science in Nursing applicants will interview with the admission committee and also be required to take the Graduate Record Exam or Miller Analogies Test. Two letters of recommendation, a personal essay on future goals and a resume should also be submitted with the nursing program application. In some cases, RNs with a non-nursing bachelors degree may be admitted to the nursing program. Prior to matriculating, these students must meet BSN equivalencies by taking additional courses.

Indiana University of Pennsylvania: RN to MSN Program Review

Indiana University of Pennsylvania

1011 South Dr

Indiana, PA 15705

Indiana University of Pennsylvania is the largest university in the Pennsylvania System of Higher Education. The university, also referred to as IUP is located in the city of Indiana in Indiana County, Pennsylvania. Indiana University of Pennsylvania was established in 1875. Graduate courses are also at the Indiana University of Pennsylvania Monroeville campus.

The nursing masters program has Nursing Education and Nursing Administration specialization options. To assist in paying for tuition, nursing masters students may pursue an assistantship. The assistantship program requires nursing students is selective. The Master of Science in Nursing program is 36 credits including core and specialization coursework.

To apply to the RN to MSN programs, applicants should have a bachelors degree earned with a 3.0 or above QPA. Applicants to the nursing masters program may have a bachelors degree in a field other than nursing, but may be required to take additional coursework. A course in statistics and a current nursing license is required for admission to the nursing masters program.

The MSN program is designed to be completed in two years. Working nurses can enroll in the program as classes are offered part-time in the evenings. Furthermore, some courses are offered in blended or online format. A simulation laboratory is available on campus to further enhance the nurse’s clinical practicum experience.

La Roche College: RN to MSN Program Review

La Roche College

9000 Babcock Blvd

Pittsburgh, PA 15237

La Roche College is a private Catholic College based outside of Pittsburgh in McCandless. The Sisters of Divine Providence established La Roche College in 1963. The namesake of the college is the Congregation of Divine Providence’s first superior, Marie de la Roche.

The nursing department at La Roche College offers the following RN to MSN programs:

MSN Nursing Administration

MSN Nursing Education

MSN Nurse Anesthesia

The education and administration specializations in the nursing masters program may be completed online, though the nurse anesthesia track is a full-time program that requires on-campus attendance. Applicants to the nursing masters program should be a graduate of a baccalaureate nursing program accredited by a nursing body or its equivalent if the degree was earned abroad. Nurses should have a valid nursing license from any location in the USA.

Applicants to the MSN program will be interviewed by a nursing professor in their area of interest. Recommendation letters and a personal statement should also be submitted with the nursing masters application. At least one year of career experience is required to be admitted to the nursing masters program. Applicants to the Nurse Anesthesia program must meet additional requirements include competitive scores on the Miller Analogies Test or Graduate Record Exam. Certification in BCLS, ACLS and PALS are required for the nurse anesthesia masters program.

La Salle University: RN to MSN Program Review

La Salle University

1900 W Olney Ave
Philadelphia, PA 19144

La Salle University was established in 1863 by the Christian Brothers organization. St. Jean-Baptiste de La Salle is who the college is named for. La Salle University is a private Catholic college.

The Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education accredits nursing masters degree programs at La Salle University. A RN to MSN bridge program is offered for aspiring MSNs with a bachelors degree in a field other than nursing. The Masters of Science in Nursing program features numerous specializations including the following:

Clinical Nurse Leader

Nursing Administration

Nursing Administration/Master of Business Administration dual degree program

Adult Health and Illness Clinical Nurse Specialist

Nurse Anesthetist

Nursing Service Administration (for applicants with an MBA)

Adult Gerontology Primary Care Nurse Practitioner

Family Primary Care Nurse Practitioner

Public Health Nursing

Public Health Nursing/Master of Public Health dual degree program

In addition to classes at the La Salle University campus, courses are also held at Pennsylvania and Abington hospitals and Bucks County Center.

For full acceptance to the nursing masters program, applicants should have a GPA of 3.2 or above. Applicants with a GPA below 3.2 should take the Miller Analogies Test or Graduate Record Exam. Additional requirements are necessary for students applying to dual degree programs as well as the Nursing Anesthesia track.

Mansfield University of Pennsylvania: RN to MSN Program Review

Mansfield University of Pennsylvania

71 S Academy St

Mansfield, PA 16933

Mansfield University is a public university affiliated with the Pennsylvania higher education system. The university was established in 1857 as a seminary. Approximately 3,500 students attend Mansfield University.

The MSN program at Mansfield University is accredited by the National League for Nursing Accrediting Commission. The university offers a nursing masters program with an administration or education focus. Both nursing programs take approximately two years to complete including summer sessions. Both nursing masters programs are delivered online.

There is no deadline to apply to the RN to MSN program at Mansfield University. Applications to the nursing program are reviewed on a rolling basis, and the committee has noted on the nursing department website that applications are reviewed on a daily basis.

The nursing masters program accepts applications from nurses with a BSN or bachelors degree with completed prerequisites. Applicants with a bachelors degree in a non-nursing field should complete the following prerequisite courses with a grade of “C” or better: Introduction to Statistics and Community Health Nursing or Practices and Principles of Community Health. A minimum 3.0 GPA is required to gain acceptance into the nursing masters program. Applicants with a minimum 2.7 GPA may be considered for conditional admission, in which certain requirements must be fulfilled to gain full acceptance into the nursing masters program.

Millersville University: RN to MSN Program Review

Millersville University

1 S George St

Millersville, PA 17551

Millersville University is a public liberal arts post-secondary institution. The university bears the name of the city of Millersville, where it’s based. Millersville University was founded in 1855.

Family Nurse Practitioner and Nursing Education specializations are offered within the RN to MSN program at Millersville University. The FNP (Family Nurse Practitioner) program is offered on a part-time plan of study. The FNP specialization is 43 credits and also requires about 670 hours of clinical practicum experience. Graduates of the MSN FNP program are eligible to take state and national certification exams in the FNP specialization. The Nursing Education program is 35 credits of study and requires approximately 110 hours of clinical practicum experience.

To apply to the nursing masters program, a nurse should have a bachelors degree in nursing from a CCNE or NLNAC accredited program. The applicant’s undergraduate GPA should be 3.0 or above. Despite the GPA requirement, applicants to the nursing program that demonstrate the aptitude to succeed in the nursing program based on other areas of their application may be offered conditional acceptance to the Master of Science in Nursing program.

In addition to the GPA and degree requirements, other prerequisites for admission to the MSN program include courses in statistics, health assessment and research.

Misericordia University: RN to MSN Program Review

Misericordia University

301 Lake St

Dallas, PA 18612

Misericordia University was established by the Sisters of Mercy, a group that was established in 1831 in the city of Dublin. The university serves over 2,000 students and was established in 1924.

Misericordia University offers a Family Nurse Practitioner Master of Science in Nursing program. The MSN FNP focuses on acute and chronic issues. The program requires 45 credits of study in addition to 630 hours of clinical practicum experiences. Upon completion of the nursing masters program, MSN FNP graduates can take the national certification exam offered by the American Nurses Credentialing Center or the American Academy of Nurse Practitioners. In addition to the FNP program, a Master of Science in Nursing with a Nurse Practitioner focus is also offered.

An RN to MSN program is offered for Registered Nurses with an associates degree or diploma from a National League for Nursing accredited program. Admission to the traditional nursing masters program includes a strict 3.0 undergraduate GPA requirement. The nursing program website clearly states that applicants with a GPA below 3.0 will not be admitted to the nursing masters program.

Other admission requirements for the Master of Science in Nursing program include a BSN degree from a CCNE or NLNAC accredited program and completion of prerequisite courses in statistics and physical assessment.

Nazareth Hospital: RN to MS Program Review

Nazareth Hospital

2601 Holme Ave

Philadelphia, PA 19152

Nazareth Hospital is part of the Mercy Health System that was established by the Sisters of Mercy. The Mercy Hospital was founded as Misericordia Hospital in 1918.The School of Nurse Anesthesiology at Nazareth Hospital can trace its history to 1954.

The School of Nurse Anesthesiology masters degree program is just over 2 years in length. To apply to the nursing masters program, applicants should submit their resume and evidence of a nursing license along with their application. Though nurses may have a nursing license from a different state when applying to the program, accepted nursing masters students will need to obtain a Pennsylvania state license. In addition to a nursing license, applicants should also hold a nursing license in the following areas: CPR, PALS, ACLS.

Additional documentation to be sent with the CRNA masters program application include transcripts, letter of support from the applicant’s current place of employment, two letters of recommendation and Graduate Record Exam scores. The nursing masters program is offered in conjunction with Saint Joseph’s University. After being accepted to Nazareth Hospital’s CRNA program, the nursing masters applicants will apply to Saint Joseph’s University with the assistance of nursing masters program staff.

Students in the nurse anesthesia program will gain experience in the following areas of anesthesia: Pediatrics, Obstetrics, Regional and Cardiothoracic.

Neumann University: RN to MS Program Review

Neumann University
1 Neumann Dr

Aston, PA 19014

Neumann University is a private post-secondary institution founded in the Franciscan tradition of the Roman Catholic faith. The university was originally named Our Lady of Angels College and was established by the Sisters of St. Francis of Philadelphia. The university was established in 1965 and is based in Aston, about 30 minutes from Philadelphia. Just over 3,000 students are enrolled at Neumann University.

Admission to the nursing masters programs at Neumann University is competitive. The nursing masters program at Neumann University offers a specialization in Adult-Gerontology Primary Care Nurse Practitioner. The Adult Gerontological Nurse Practitioner program is 43 credits. In addition to the MS FNP specialization, a Nurse Educator track is also offered. The nurse educator specialization is 43 credits. In order to maintain enrollment in the RN to MS program, nursing students must maintain a GPA of 3.0 or above in the program.

Prior to applying to the nursing program, applicants should have at least one year of career experience in clinical nursing. As for academic requirements, applicants should generally have a 3.0 or above undergraduate GPA in an accredited Bachelors degree in nursing program. Provisional admission may be offered to applicants with a GPA below 3.0 that excel in other areas. Two letters of recommendation and a copy of a current nursing license should also be submitted with the masters in nursing application.

Penn State University: RN to MSN Program Review

Penn State University

201 Old Main

University Park, Pennsylvania 16802

Penn State University was established in 1855 as a land grant institution. The university is based in the city of University Park. Though the university is officially known as The Pennsylvania State University, it is more commonly referred to as simply Penn State University.

Nursing masters programs at Penn State University are offered in the following areas of specialization:

Nurse Educator

Nurse Administrator

Family Nurse Practitioner

Adult Gerontology Nurse Practitioner (Primary Care or Acute Care)

Clinical Nurse Specialist (may be further specialized in Gerontology Educator)

Upon completion of the nursing masters program, nurses in advanced practice roles are eligible to take the certification exam in their area of specialization offered by the American Nurses Credentialing Center or the American Academy of Nurse Practitioners. After obtaining certification with one of the above agencies, MSN graduates can pursue specialization with the state of Pennsylvania. The Nurse Educator and Nurse Administrator specializations are offered completely online.

It is expected that applicants to the nursing masters program will have a minimum GPA of 3.3 in their nursing masters program. In addition, applicants should also have a 3.0 or above average in all nursing and science coursework. Prerequisite courses in statistics and chemistry are required for admission to the Master of Science in nursing program. Scores for the Graduate Record Exam are not required, though they may be submitted along with the application.

Philadelphia University: RN to MS Program Review

Philadelphia University

4201 Henry Ave

Philadelphia, PA 19144

Philadelphia University was established in 1844. The university is based in the city of Philadelphia. Philadelphia University enrolls more than 3,000 students from over 35 states and approximately 30 countries.

Philadelphia University offers nursing masters programs in Midwifery and Disaster Medicine and Management. The midwifery degree program is offered online as a Master of Science completion program for nurses who already hold a midwifery qualification and would like to earn a nursing masters degree.

The Disaster and Medicine Management program is delivered in a blended format, with classes held both on-campus and online. Students can expect to spend about 10 hours weekly preparing for the nursing program. The university has also developed a full-time on campus option which will allow students a more traditional learning experience if they desire it. To apply to the Disaster and Medicine Management program students should submit two letters of recommendation and a personal essay along with their application.

Applicants will be evaluated for several criteria including their work experience; therefore, nurses seeking a nursing masters degree will find the Disaster and Medicine Management program appropriate to their field of study.

To apply to the nursing midwifery program, applicants should be a Registered Nurse with a bachelors degree in any area of study. Students that have completed the required prerequisite courses may also be considered. In general, applicants should have a 3.0 or above GPA.

Robert Morris University: RN to MSN Program Review

Robert Morris University

6001 University Blvd

Moon, PA 15108

Robert Morris University was established in 1921. The university enrolls just under 6,000 undergraduate and graduate students. Robert Morris University was originally founded as Pittsburgh School of Accountancy.

In addition to the traditional nursing masters programs, Robert Morris University offers a RN to MSN program and a traditional masters degree program completely online. The RN to MSN Program is for nurses with an ADN (Associate Degree in Nursing) or diploma. The nursing masters programs at Robert Morris University are accredited by the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education.

The Master of Science in nursing program offers a Nursing Education specialization. The nursing masters program requires two years, or six semesters of study, and includes two summer sessions. Robert Morris University advises students seeking financial aid and also provides information on payment plans for students who need help funding their nursing education.

Applying to the nursing masters program at Robert Morris University is free if the application is completed online. Two letters of recommendation are required along with the nursing program application. For admission to the nursing masters program, a 3.25 or above Quality Point Average (QPA) is required. Applicants with a QPA below the minimum will still be evaluated for admission. Applicants to the nursing masters program should have at least one year of experience as a nurse.

Thomas Jefferson University: RN to MSN Program Review

Thomas Jefferson University

111 S 11th St

Philadelphia, PA 19107

Thomas Jefferson University is a private university with degree programs in healthcare fields, such as nursing. The university was established in 1824 and is based in Philadelphia. Thomas Jefferson University was originally founded as Jefferson Medical College of Philadelphia.

The nursing masters program at Thomas Jefferson University offers over 10 specialization options in addition to a dual Master of Science in Nursing/Master of Public Health degree program. The following specializations are offered in the RN to MSN Program:

Community Systems Administration/Nursing Informatics

Neonatal Nurse Practitioner

Community Systems Administration

Pediatric Primary Care Nurse Practitioner

Nurse Anesthesia

Nursing Informatics

Woman’s Health

Family Individual Across the Lifespan Nurse Practitioner

Community Systems Administration/ Family Individual Across the Lifespan Nurse Practitioner

Adult Gerontology Acute Care Nurse Practitioner

Adult Gerontology Clinical Nurse Specialist

Adult Gerontology Primary Care Nurse Practitioner

All nursing masters programs at Thomas Jefferson University are offered completely online or in a hybrid format, with classes delivered online and on-campus.

To apply to the MSN program, nurses should have a bachelors degree in nursing earned with a 3.0 or above GPA. Statistics, physical assessment and nursing research are required prerequisite courses for admission to the nursing masters programs. Applicants with a GPA below 3.2 must submit scores for the Graduate Record Exam or Miller Analogies Test and successfully pass two nursing graduate courses with a 3.0 or above GPA.

University of Pennsylvania: RN to MSN Program Review

University of Pennsylvania

423 Guardian Dr #175

Philadelphia, PA 19104

The University of Pennsylvania is a public research university in Philadelphia and one of the prestigious Ivy League institutions. Established in 1740, the university owes its founding to the efforts of minister George Whitfield and Benjamin Franklin among others. The University of Pennsylvania, more often known as Penn, is one of the oldest universities in the United States.

The nursing masters programs at the University of Pennsylvania are accredited by the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education and the Council on Accreditation (Nurse Anesthesia programs). The School of Nursing has received numerous honors and distinctions such as being named among the top nursing schools in the United States by the National Institute of Health.

All four advanced practice specialties are offered in the Penn School of Nursing. In addition to the Nurse Midwifery and Nurse Anesthesia programs, students in the Penn School of Nursing can specialize their nursing masters degree program as follows:

Nurse Practitioner tracks

Adult Gerontology (Acute or Primary Care)

Family

Neonatal

Pediatric (Acute Chronic, Critical, Oncology)

Psychiatric/Mental Health

Women’s Health Care

Clinical Nurse Specialist tracks

Adult Gerontology

Neonatal

Pediatric

Administrative Master of Science in nursing programs are offered in Health Leadership and Nursing and Healthcare Administration. Within the specializations a variety of masters programs are offered including oncology, informatics and global health.

To apply to the RN to MSN programs at the University of Pennsylvania, applicants should have a bachelors of science in nursing from an accredited program and a completed statistics course. Though the GRE is normally required of all applicants, nurses with an undergraduate GPA of 3.2 or who have a masters degree in another field may be exempt from the Graduate Record Exam requirement at the discretion of the admission committee.

University of Pittsburgh: RN to MSN Program Review

University of Pittsburgh

4200 Fifth Ave

Pittsburgh, PA 15213

The University of Pittsburgh is a public research university that serves over 30,000 undergraduate and graduate students. The university was established in 1787 making it among the oldest in the United States. The University of Pittsburgh is located in the Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania neighborhood of Oakland.

The nursing masters programs at the University of Pittsburgh were honored in U.S. News & World Report’s Best Graduate Schools publication. The following nursing masters specializations are offered at the University of Pittsburgh School of Nursing:

Nurse Anesthesia

Nursing Administration

Clinical Nurse Leader

Nursing Informatics

With the exception of the Nurse Anesthesia masters program, all RN to MSN programs are offered both online and on-campus. Students in the nursing masters program can also choose to minor in Nursing Education or Nursing Research. There is an early admission nursing masters program for Registered Nurses who have not earned a Bachelor of Science degree in nursing.

Nurses that apply to the Master of Science in Nursing programs at the University of Pittsburgh should have a bachelors degree in nursing from a program accredited by the CCNE or NLNAC unless they are applying to the RN early admission option. A GPA of 3.0 or above is required for admission to the MSN program. Although MSN applicants may have a nursing license from any state, a Pennsylvania nursing license must be obtained before commencing clinical practicum experiences.

Scores for the Graduate Record Exam are normally required, but waived for applicants with a GPA of 3.5 or above. The only required prerequisite course is statistics, which should be completed with a grade of “C” or better.

University of Pittsburgh Johnstown: RN to MSN Programs

University of Pittsburgh Johnstown

450 Schoolhouse Rd

Johnstown, PA 1590

The University of Pittsburgh Johnstown is affiliated with the University of Pittsburgh. The university is often referred to as Pitt-Johnstown. The University of Pittsburgh Johnstown was established in 1927. The university is the first among regional campuses affiliated with the University of Pittsburgh as well as the largest regional campus. Approximately 3,000 students are enrolled at the University of Pittsburgh Johnstown.

The University of Pittsburgh Johnstown offers nursing programs in collaboration with the University Of Pittsburgh School Of Nursing. The RN Early Admission Masters program is also offered at the University of Pittsburgh Johnstown. Nurses in the early admission program first complete a set of core courses before opting to enroll in the MSN program. For admittance into the Early Admission RN to MSN program, applicants must be a graduate of a nursing program with a satisfactory GPA.

Applicants to the RN to MSN program should have a valid Pennsylvania nursing license and be a graduate of a Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education or National League for Nursing Accredited nursing degree program. In addition to a current resume and transcripts detailing previous education, nurses should submit a personal statement of their goals and career interests and three letters of recommendation. The RN to MSN program is offered full or part time.

University of Scranton: RN to MSN Program Review

University of Scranton

800 Linden St

Scranton, PA 18510

The University of Scranton is a private Catholic university founded in the Jesuit tradition. The university was established in 1888. About 6,000 students are enrolled at the University of Scranton.

The nursing program at the University of Scranton offers the following areas to specialize in:

Adult Health Nursing

Family Nurse Practitioner

Nurse Anesthesia

For nurses that already hold advanced practice certification as a nurse midwife, nurse practitioner or nurse anesthetist, an MSN degree completion program is offered. Though the nursing masters program is not delivered online, it is very flexible. Classes are held twice weekly for full-time students or once weekly for part-time students. Full time nursing masters students can complete the program in two years, while part-time students will need at least two years to complete the nursing masters program. The RN to MSN programs are accredited by the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education.

In order to be admitted to the nursing masters program applicants should have a bachelors degree in nursing from a CCNE or NLNAC accredited program. The minimum acceptable GPA is 3.0. Prerequisite courses in statistics and physical assessment should also be completed. As part of the admission process, applicants are required to have an interview regarding their background and goals. Nurses should have at least one year of experience prior to applying for the nursing masters program. Scores from a graduate admission exam or significant work experience are necessary.

Villanova University: RN to MSN Program Review

Villanova University

800 E Lancaster Ave

Villanova, PA 19087

Villanova University is a Catholic post-secondary institution founded in the Augustinian tradition. The university is based in the Philadelphia suburb of Villonova. The Order of St. Augustine established Villanova University in 1842.

Nurses with an associate’s degree may work on their MSN while earning their BSN through the BSN/MSN gateway program. Nurses can apply for the masters program when they are 18 credits from earning the BSN. Besides the RN to MSN program, a nursing masters program for bachelors prepared nurses is offered in the following areas of specialization:

Adult-Gerontology Nurse Practitioner

Pediatric Nurse Practitioner

Family Nurse Practitioner

Nurse Anesthesia

Health Care Administration

Nursing Education

The credits required to complete the nursing masters program range from 39 to 49. Some courses in the nursing masters program are offered online, though the MSN program is largely campus-based.

In some cases, nursing students can use undergraduate coursework towards the masters program if the material covered fits with the corresponding course in the graduate program. With the exception of the Nurse Anesthesia and Nurse Practitioner masters programs, clinical experience is not required prior to applying to the Master of Science in nursing program. A GPA of 3.0 above earned from an NLNAC or CCNE accredited BSN program is required for admission to the nursing masters program.

Waynesburg University: RN to MSN Program Review

Waynesburg University

51 W College St

Waynesburg, PA 15370

Waynesburg University was established in 1849 with the assistance of the Presbyterian Church. The university enrolls approximately 2,500 undergraduate and graduate students. Waynesburg University is named for Revolutionary War veteran General Anthony Wayne.

The Waynesburg University MSN program is available in the following areas of practice:

Joint Degree Master of Science in Nursing/Master of Business Administration

Nursing Informatics

Nursing Education

Nursing Administration

Administration and Education

The nursing masters programs range from 36 to 39 credits, with the exception of the dual degree program which is 54 credits. The nursing masters program is accelerated, yet designed to meet the needs of adult-learners that are also managing a career. Classes are held on-campus in addition to the following regional locations in Western Pennsylvania:

Southpointe Center

North Hills

Monroeville

Classes in the MSN center are small and discussion-based. Students in the nursing masters program attend courses in the late evening. The RN to MSN program can be completed in two years or less from some students.

For admittance to the nursing program, applicants should have a BSN from an accredited program earned with a 3.0 or above GPA. A resume and letters of recommendation should also be submitted with the nursing masters program application. A prerequisite course in statistics is required for the nursing masters program, but can also be taken along with other masters courses if the applicant has not met this prerequisite.

Westchester University of Pennsylvania: RN to MSN Program Review

West Chester University of Pennsylvania
700 S High St

West Chester, PA 1938

West Chester University of Pennsylvania is a public university and part of Pennsylvania’s Higher Education System. The university was established in 1871 as West Chester Academy. Approximately 15, 500 students are enrolled at West Chester University of Pennsylvania.

A Masters of Science in Nursing with an emphasis on Public Health Nursing is offered in the School of Nursing. Students in the RN to MSN program will be prepared as a Clinical Nurse Specialist. The nursing masters program prepares its CNS graduates for leadership and management roles in the healthcare field. Students in the program choose a sub-focus in education, administration or integrative health depending on their academic interests and career goals.

The nursing masters program is 39 credits and is accredited by the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education. The MSN program usually takes 2-4 years to complete depending on if the student chooses full or part-time study, but must be completed within 6 years. Applicants to the nursing masters program should have a 2.8 or above CGPA in a BSN degree. Nurses with a degree in a field other than nursing will be considered on a case-by-case basis.

A prerequisite course in statistics, two letters of recommendation and a personal statement should also be turned in with the application. Courses in the nursing masters program are held weekday evenings.

Widener University: RN to MSN Program Review

Widener University

One University Pl

Chester, PA 19013

Widener University is a private university located less than 15 miles from Philadelphia. Established in 1891, Widener University now serves over 6,000 students. The university still maintains a small feel with a student to faculty ratio of 8:1 in clinical nursing courses.

The nursing masters programs at Widener University are for bachelor’s prepared nurses. An RN to MSN option is available for nurses that do not have a bachelors degree in nursing. The RN to MSN program required nurses to complete three classes, which provides the foundation necessary to enter the nursing masters program. The Master of Science in nursing programs range from 39-46 credits. Nurses can choose from among the following specializations:

Family Nurse Practitioner

Adult-Health Gerontology Clinical Nurse Specialist

Adult-Health Gerontology with Emergency/Critical Care

Upon completion of the nursing masters program, nurses can take the certification exam offered in their area of specialty. The MSN programs can be completed in 18 to 24 months depending on which specialization is chosen.

To apply to the nursing program, applicants should have a bachelors degree in nursing completed with a 3.0 or above GPA. Prerequisite courses in statistics and research are also required. A Pennsylvania nursing license is necessary for the MSN program. Applicants should have one year of career experience as a nurse and will be required to sit for an interview with the admission committee.

Wilkes University: RN to MS Program Review

Wilkes University
84 W South St

Wilkes-Barre, PA 18701

Wilkes University is based in Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania and enrolls just under 5,000 students. In 1933, the university was established as Bucknell University Junior College, an affiliate of Bucknell University. Since 1947, Wilkes University has been an independent institution.

Wilkes University offers a nursing masters degree program with specializations in the following areas:

Adult-Gerontology Primary Care Nurse Practitioner

Adult-Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioner

Nursing Education

Nurse Executive

Adult-Gerontological Clinical Nurse Specialist

Psychiatric Mental Health Clinical Nurse Specialist

The RN to MS nursing program is for nurses without a BSN seeking a graduate level degree.

Entrance requirements to the nursing masters program include a bachelors degree with a 3.0 or above GPA. Applicants to the RN to MS program should be a graduate of a nursing program with a 3.0 or above GPA. Both the RN to MS and traditional Nursing MS programs require a current RN license, two letters of recommendation, essay on personal goals and an interview with the admission committee.

Applicants to the nursing masters degree program for bachelors prepared nurses should have completed prerequisite courses in statistics and research and also have demonstrated skills in health assessment. Before beginning clinical practicum experiences, applicants to the nursing MS program should have at least one year of experience in a clinical setting.

York College of Pennsylvania: RN to MS Program Review

York College of Pennsylvania

441 Country Club Rd

York, PA 17403

York College of Pennsylvania enrolls approximately 5,000 students. The college was established as York Academy in 1787. York College of Pennsylvania has been named a best value college and one of the best colleges in the northeast region by Barron’s among other publications.

The Master of Science nursing programs at York College of Pennsylvania are offered in the following areas:

Nurse Educator

Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetist

Adult-Gerontology Nurse Practitioner

Adult-Gerontology Clinical Nurse Specialist (Students choose an administrative or education focus)

An RN to MS program is offered for nurses without a baccalaureate degree seeking a Nursing MS. The nursing masters programs are accredited by the Council on Accreditation of Nurse Anesthesia Educational Programs and the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education. The nursing masters program prepares applicants to take the national certification exam in their area of practice. With the exception of the Nurse Anesthesia program, all nursing masters program tracks are offered part-time.

Applicants to the Nurse Anesthesia program should have a GPA of 3.0 or higher in an undergraduate BSN program. Applicants with a lower GPA may be admitted on a case-by-case basis. Nurse Anesthesia applicants should have a minimum of one year experience working in a critical care unit and have completed prerequisite courses in statistics, nursing research and physical assessment.

Applicants to other nursing masters programs should have one year of experience in a related clinical practice area and a bachelors degree in nursing earned with a 3.0 or above GPA. Statistics, physical assessment and nursing research are also required prerequisites for the nursing MS program.

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