Spring Arbor University offers an online, CCNE-accredited MSN/NP program for nurses who hold a BSN from an accredited nursing program.
The Adult-Gerontology, Primary Care Nurse Practitioner track allows students to get started quickly with no waiting list and no GRE/GMAT required. This program offers affordable tuition with a wide range of financial aid options for qualifying students.
Grow in wisdom while mastering high-level nursing skills.
The MSN/NP online program is a transformative journey that will ignite your passion and give you the wisdom to bring your best self to your practice. Students will have direct access to dedicated educators who are known for their active involvement in improving nursing care. They have all chosen to be at an institution that frees them to bring their faith perspective and experience into their work; to that end, you can expect a transformative graduate experience that will show you how to integrate faith and learning into your professional nursing role.
Admissions: BSN degree, accredited by the National League for Nursing (NLNAC) or the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education (CCNE); Official transcripts; A 3.0 GPA or higher (calculated from the most recent 60 academic credits); Unrestricted, unencumbered, current nursing license from the state of employment (license must be kept current throughout the program); Two letters of recommendation; Two-page goal statement.
Practicum/Clinical Requirements: Minimum of one year experience working as RN preferred; Evidence of current professional malpractice insurance – minimum $1/3 million prior to Senior Nursing Project; Compliance with all institutional requirements prior to Senior Nursing Project; CPR/BLS certification as required; Proof of TB testing, and any required immunizations; HIPAA training; and any additional requirements.
An internship is required for this program. Convicted felons may be limited to the type of location or client population in which their internships may be conducted (in regulation with the Joint Commission on Accreditation of Health Care Organizations).
Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education (CCNE)
School Accreditation Statement
North Central Association of Colleges and Schools, The Higher Learning Commission