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M.S. Nursing Degree
Earning your Master of Science in Nursing is more than a way to advance your career. It’s an opportunity for you to shine. You get to develop expertise in an area that interests you, choosing from seven specializations, each in high demand. American Sentinel’s MSN program is CCNE – accredited, and 100% online, giving you the flexibility you need to balance work, school and home.
Specialize with Confidence
Our goal is to equip you with the latest knowledge and market-relevant expertise, no matter which specialty track you choose. You can count on American Sentinel to constantly update and enhance our master’s degree curriculum with direct insights from industry partners and leading healthcare organizations.
M.S. Nursing, Nurse Practitioner Specializations are offered in the following states: Arkansas, Colorado, Florida, Minnesota, Montana, Oklahoma, Ohio and Utah
Tailor-made for Working Nurses Like You
American Sentinel is one of the few universities in the nation dedicated solely to educating working healthcare professionals online.
MSN Nurse Practitioner Specializations
American Sentinel offers two Master of Science Nurse Practitioner Specializations. These specializations will prepare nurses to take the licensure test in one of two focus areas: adult gerontology primary care or family practice. Courses are currently offered in eight states. The program is CCNE-accredited.
Note: No GRE or other placement test is required for admission
MSN Practice Experiences
To be at the forefront of nursing education, we not only strive to meet accreditors’ guidelines, but we also work to meet the needs of our nursing students. Both our students and AACN agree, nursing is a practice profession. So, to enhance the experience of our nursing students, we offer Practice Experiences as part of our MSN program. These experiences are built into the courses and do not add additional work. Instead, they offer more interactive learning assignments.