Take the Next Step in Your Nursing Career
The online Master of Science in Nursing program from the University of West Florida prepares registered nurses for career advancement and increased earning potential in educator, practitioner, management or leadership roles. The program features advanced coursework in core topics like health systems leadership, population health promotion and management, as well as more than 350 hours of practicum coursework to provide hands-on field training. You can also choose from three specializations to tailor your education to your specific career goals.
Program Options Include:
- MSN – Family Nurse Practitioner
- MSN – Nursing Education
- MSN – Nurse Executive
Featuring the latest approaches and a faculty of nursing experts, the online MSN program prepares graduates for lasting career success. Because the program is accredited by the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education, you can be confident you’re gaining the knowledge and experience you need to meet your goals and make a difference.
Advance your career and become a leader in the nursing field.
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First Spring Start
Start Date: January 19, 2021
Second Spring Start
Start Date: March 15, 2021
First Summer Start
Start Date: May 10, 2021
Second Summer Start
Start Date: June 21, 2021
Why Should You Pursue Our MSN?
Flexible, Accelerated Format
The University of West Florida’s MSN program is delivered fully online and can be completed in two years.
Students in this program receive individualized attention from expert faculty with years of relevant experience.
This program features extensive practicum experience in the field, providing applicable workplace training.
Postsecondary Nursing Instructors and Teachers
These nursing professionals demonstrate and teach patient care approaches in classroom and clinical settings to nursing students.
Median annual salary: $77,360
Medical and Health Services Manager
Also known as healthcare executives or healthcare administrators, these professionals plan and coordinate the delivery of healthcare services.
Job growth: 20 percent
Median annual salary: $98,350
Nurse administrators are responsible for hiring nursing staff and ensuring that nurses are providing the best quality care.
Median annual salary: $84,328.
Clinical educators work with other instructors within the field to develop curricula that provides continuing education for other clinical or nursing staff.
Median annual salary: $74, 394.
* Job growth (from 2016 through 2026) and median annual salary (as of 2017) figures from the Bureau of Labor Statistics.