M.S. in Nursing (MSN)
The Master of Science in Nursing (MSN) program provides innovative educational opportunities for working nursing professionals who wish to advance their career as a nurse educator or leader. Stritch provides students with the opportunity to choose between an educator concentration (14 credits) or a leadership concentration (15 credits) to focus on your desired area of study. Being a smaller school allows students to have easier access to our faculty. Faculty is flexible and willing to help their students thrive in and out of the classroom for a successful career.
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The Master of Science in Nursing (MSN) program prepares nurses for leadership roles in education and healthcare. Graduates may elect to work in academic, community or service settings.
A shortage of nurses means that MSNs have many career paths to choose from, in both clinical and nonclinical fields.
The Value of a Master's Degree
Advanced degree holders earn about 70% more over the course of their careers than professionals with only a bachelor's degree.
Learn more about how valuable a degree can be for your career path and the average salaries that come with holding an advanced degree.
A Nurse's Prayer
Give to my heart, O Lord… Compassion and understanding. Give to my hands, skill and tenderness. Give to my ears, the ability to listen. Give to my lips, words of comfort.
Give to me, O Lord… Strength for this selfless service. And enable me to give hope To those I am called to serve.