Master of Science in Nursing

Research College of Nursing offers a Master of Science in Nursing degree with six tracks:

  • The Family Nurse Practitioner (FNP) track prepares nurses for an advanced practice role as a health care provider in a variety of primary care settings.
  • The Adult-Geriatric Nurse Practitioner (AGNP) track prepares nurses for advanced practice role as a health care provider in a variety of adult primary care settings.
  • The Nurse Educator track prepares nurse educators with knowledge and strategies for teaching in both clinical and academic settings.
  • The Executive Practice & Health Care Leadership (EPHL) track provides nurses with the skills necessary to function in management roles in complex health care delivery systems.
  • The  Clinical Nurse Leader (CNL) track prepares nurses for an advanced role at the bedside.
  • The RN-MSN track is for associate degree and diploma RNs who would like to advance their education. Students choose from these specialty areas: NE, EPHL and CNL.
    The MSN is offered by Research College of Nursing.   For more information on the MSN tracks please contact Research College of Nursing directly by contacting Leslie Mendenhall at 816-995-2820 or leslie.mendenhall@researchcollege.edu.