Traditional Master's Pathway
Traditional Master’s Pathway is a program for registered nurses with a baccalaureate degree in nursing. This specialty curriculum incorporates theory, clinical laboratory and practicum in a graduate specialty. The common course of study for each specialty includes graduate core courses in theories, research process and design, and societal forces that influence nursing practice. Advanced practice nursing core courses include advanced pathophysiology, health assessment and pharmacotherapeutics. The focus of a particular specialty and the courses specifically needed to develop expertise in each concentration vary among programs, as detailed in the course sequences. Full or part-time study is available.
Advanced nursing tracks available to the traditional master’s students include:
The course sequence for traditional master’s pathway will depend on which specialty is chosen. Click on the links above for more information on the specialty as well as the course sequence.