For nearly three decades, Baker University’s School of Nursing has built healthy communities by educating exceptional nurses.
Baker’s robust online MSN curriculum integrates advanced nursing theory with evidence-based nursing practices.
Shape the next generation of nurses after earning your online Master of Science in Nursing.
Master of Science in Nursing
A bachelor’s degree or associate* degree in nursing is required for admission to the master’s program.
Baker’s robust online MSN curriculum integrates advanced nursing theory with evidence-based nursing practices. Two tracks have been developed to fill a critical workforce need:
• Nursing education: Many of the nation’s most skilled nursing educators will retire in the next five years. The nursing education track prepares nurses for the role of educator in academic or staff-development settings.
• Nursing administration: Just as our nation’s best and most-experienced nursing educators are approaching retirement, so, too, are our hospital’s administrators. Students in the nursing administration track develop skills in communication, conflict resolution, personnel development, team building, employee management, critical-situation analysis, and financial management.
Online Courses Fit Your Schedule
Time constraints, work schedules, and geographical limitations can make it difficult to earn an advanced degree. Online learning extends a quality educational opportunity to working professional adults and aligns with Baker’s School of Nursing mission to meet the lifelong learning needs of nontraditional students.
*ADN to MSN Bridge Program
If you hold an ADN and plan to pursue an MSN (or are looking for an RN to MSN program), this fully online program eliminates repetition, allows you to progress at your own pace, and shortens your time to graduation. Advance your career and achieve your goals quicker and with less expense.