Mount Mercy University offers Master of Science in Nursing Information Session

Mount Mercy University will offer an information session on its newest graduate program, the Master of Science in Nursing, on Tuesday, September 21 at 5:30 p.m. in Flaherty Community Room, Basile Hall on the Mount Mercy University campus.

The Master of Science in Nursing’s emphases in health promotion and disease prevention focus are the only programs of their kind in the state of Iowa, offering local nurses the opportunity to expand their knowledge and hands-on skills, and benefitting the Corridor’s hospitals and medical field through increased employee expertise.  

Mount Mercy’s MSN program prepares graduates to lead the profession in meeting the challenges of an ever-changing, complex health care system. The program will begin in January 2011 with initial tracks in nursing education and health advocacy. 

The accelerated format of the program allows students to focus on a specific area of interest with the flexibility of taking one or two classes at a time. A full-time student may complete the MSN in approximately 18 months. This non-thesis program includes a clinical project to be completed within the practicum experience. The Master of Science in Nursing program at Mount Mercy recognizes the heritage of the Sisters of Mercy in meeting the needs of others as it prepares nurses in advanced roles in nursing education and health advocacy.


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