Registered nurses with an associate degree or diploma in nursing are eligible to apply to the McKenzie-Elliott School of Nursing MSN program through the RN-MSN Pathway. The RN-MSN Pathway will require a total of 63 semester hours of general education coursework, 25 semester hours of BSN coursework, 30 semester hours of BSN validation credits, and 39 semester hours of MSN coursework for a total of 157 semester credit hours of study. Students interested in the RN-MSN Pathway must successfully complete the required undergraduate general education coursework and be in the last semester of required RN-BSN upper-division coursework before they are eligible to apply for the MSN program.
For more information about the RN-MSN program, please review the links on the right.
If you have specific questions, you may contact:
Julie Harrison-Swartz, DNP, MSN, RN, FNP-BC
Director of Post-Licensure Programs, Assistant Professor