MSN Master's Entry into Nursing Practice
The Master's Entry into Nursing Practice (MENP) track is designed for students who already hold a non-nursing bachelor's degree and are interested in entering the nursing field. The track consists of an intensive, fast-paced curriculum delivered in the classroom and clinical and practical settings five days a week for 30 continuous months, providing the opportunity for entry-level nursing practice into the graduate level. Successful students are conferred an MSN degree upon graduation and are prepared to take the professional registered nurse licensure exam (NCLEX_RN) as well as the Clinical Nurse Leader certification exam.
MSN - Master's Entry to Nursing Program
Pre-requisite: College Graduate from 4-year institute
Organic Chemistry, Anatomy & Physiology 1, Anatomy & Physiology 2
Microbiology, Principles of Psychopathology (Abnormal Psychology), Graduate Level Statistical Methods, Introduction to Psychology, Lifespan Development (Human Development)
Curriculum: Master’s Entry into Nursing Practice: Pre-Licensure Curriculum
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