The School of Nursing at Salisbury University provides a rigorous, science-based program to prepare graduates with advanced skills who wish to become nurse educators or move into leadership/management positions.
Taught by distinguished full-time faculty who practice what they teach, most classes are offered using a combination of synchronous and asynchronous distance learning strategies. Although occasional face-to-face classes on campus are required, they are generally limited to 1-2 per semester. Close student-faculty working relationships are fostered through a highly interactive learning environment. Faculty advisors assist each student with designing a personalized progression plan, incorporating learning experiences that are consistent with individual interests and learning goals.
Full-time students can earn their degree in two to three years, and part-time study options are available as well. Graduates of Salisbury University’s M.S.N. program are in demand and valued for their expertise and professional contributions. They are also well-prepared for doctoral study.
Accredited by the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education, SU is proud to have taught many of the nursing educators and leaders in the mid-Atlantic region.