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Master of Science Degree as an Advanced Generalist Registered Nurse (AGRN) - GEP to AGRN

The Advanced Generalist Registered Nurse (AGRN) Program prepares graduated for practice to lead interprofessional evidence-based initiatives across settings and populations.  This program is differentiated from other similar programs, because of it's combined administrative and community-based population health foci.  The program's flexibility allows students to take additional electives if interested in a specialty.  The GEP to AGRN is for students with a non-nursing Baccalaureate degree.  This degree does not prepare the graduate as an advanced practice registered nurse (nurse practitioner) see GEP to DNP if interested in becoming a Nurse Practitioner. 

GEP to AGRN Program is an 80 credit Masters program for GEP students.  The first year of the program must be completed as a full-time student.

Points of Distinction 

  • Part of an academic health science center partnership in interprofessional education and practice.
  • Access to a world-class ranked medical school that includes a state of the art center for simulation and learning community
  • A small faculty to student ratio ideal for best-in-class graduate-level education
  • Practicum experiences in formal learning environments