New 30-Credit MSN Program
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Master of Science in Nursing (MSN) -- Community Health Nursing, Nursing Administration, Nursing Education
The MSN program is fully accredited by the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education, One DuPont Circle, NW, Suite 530, Washington, DC 20036.
- Provides a graduate nursing curriculum that is tailored to address current and future global health care needs and issues in a variety of health care settings.
- Prepares graduates for certification in select specialty areas of nursing: community health, nursing education, and nursing administration .
- Provides a foundation for doctoral study.
Students enrolled in the Master of Science in Nursing program at Holy Family University are introduced to an interdisciplinary curriculum grounded by professional nursing standards, ethical and moral precepts, and scientific principles. Students have the opportunity to choose from three areas of concentration: Community Health Nursing, Nursing Education, or Nursing Administration. Each concentration requires 39 credits, distributed as follows:
- The core curriculum requirements provide a strong knowledge foundation in nursing theory, research, health policy, ethics, and health promotion (18 credits)
- Concentration requirements enhance knowledge in areas related to the chosen specialty (6-9 credits)
- Nursing role specialty requirements allow students to focus on developing advanced knowledge, skills, and practical experience in roles related to selected areas of nursing practice (12-15 credits).
For more information on the program, visit Graduate Admissions.
Program Policies and Procedures
Refer to the Master of Science in Nursing Supplement for the following:
- BSN competencies
- Comprehensive validation process required for graduation
- Exit interview required for graduation
- Special health needs
- Psychiatric emergency leave of absence
- Clinical practicum policies
- Grievance procedure
Post-Master’s Certificate Programs
Two post-Master’s Certificate programs are offered – one in Nursing Education, and one in Nursing Administration. The requirement for admission to the programs is the same as for the MSN program.