Master of Science in Nursing / Clinical Care in Adult & Geriatrics
Colorado Christian University

Program Details

The online MSN degree program at Colorado Christian University is designed for nurses with a bachelor’s degree who are ready to take on greater leadership roles in health care. Graduates are prepared to practice nursing as ministry and be competent, compassionate, moral leaders who excel as servants, shepherds, stewards, and scholars while impacting the profession and the world.

The Clinical Care Management in Adult and Geriatrics specialty emphasis prepares nurses to work in diverse settings as a clinician, consultant, and coordinator of health care for adult and geriatric populations, emphasizing clinical prevention and improved health outcomes for patients with acute and chronic diseases. The program emphasizes the core foundations of the Clinical Nurse Specialist (CNS) in Adult and Geriatrics, which is an advanced practice nurse (APRN) specialty role. Students build expertise in CNS competencies, regulatory requirements, and Christian principles as a moral leader and change agent for various adult populations.

Requirements

  • Submit current resume, Curriculum Vitae, or portfolio with a resume
  • Hold a BSN from a regionally accredited higher education institution
  • ​The college or university must have national nursing program accreditation from either CCNE or NLNAC
  • Have an undergraduate GPA of 2.5
  • An admission interview
  • A criminal background check

School Accreditation Statement

The Higher Learning Commission

Geographic Restrictions

The College of Education & Adult Studies (CAGS) does not offer Master of Science in Nursing with an emphasis in Clinical Care Management in Adult and Geriatrics courses to online students who reside in Alabama, Alaska, Arizona, California, District of