Master’s in Nursing – Marshall University

The Master’s in Nursing degree program at Marshall University prepares graduates for advanced practice nursing, as family nurse practitioners, nurse educators, or nurse managers. This program incorporates the classroom, laboratory, and clinical modes of instruction. Students will gain experiences in rural and/ or underserver populations as part of the state initiatives for primary health care. The degree program also offers students the opportunity to become nurse midwives or psychiatric mental health nurse practitioners.

 Areas of emphasis:

  • Family Nurse Practitioner

  • Nursing Administration

  • Nursing Education

  • Nursing Midwifery

  • Psychiatric Mental Health

Upon successful complete of the Master’s of Nursing program, graduates are able to take the American Academy of Nurse Practitioners Certification Exaministation for Adult and Family nurse Practitioners and/ or the American Nurses’ Credentialing Center Certification for Family Nurse Practitioners.

Certificates:

  • Family Nurse Practitioner

    • The purpose of the Post Master’s Certificate in Family Nurse Practitioner program is to prepare nurses, who have a Master’s in Nursing degree, as family nurse practitioners.

  • Nursing Administration

    • The purpose of the Post Master’s Certificate in Nursing Education program is to prepare nurses who have Master’s in in Nursing degrees as nurse educators.

  • Nursing Education

    • The purpose of the Post Master’s Certificate in Nursing Education program is to prepare nurses who have Master’s in Nursing degrees as nurse educators.

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