Are you thinking you’d like to practice at a higher level? Perhaps it’s time to earn your BSN or enroll in our Graduate Program to earn an MS or DNP? Don’t forget to take a look at what your alma mater offers:
- Online RN-BSN program means professional registered nurses can enjoy convenience and flexibility while earning the Bachelor of Science in Nursing. Designed around you, the licensed nurse can complete the program as a full-time student in just 12 to 18 months, choosing from three start times: fall, spring or summer semester. Fulltime doesn’t fit? Part-time study is also available. For information, including tuition, fees and course descriptions, visit the RN-BSN program page. Submit your questions to MyRN2BSN@mccn.edu or call 614-234-1176.
- Master of Science (MS) and Post-Master’s Certificates allow nurses to take their careers to a higher level in four graduate-level tracks: Adult-Gerontology Acute Care Nurse Practitioner; Family Nurse Practitioner; Nursing Administration; and Nursing Education. For more information visit our graduate program page or contact Admissions at 614-234-4CON or firstname.lastname@example.org
- Online Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP) enables Advanced Practice Registered Nurses (APRN) to practice at the highest clinical level. For more information on our CCNE-accredited program, which is available both full- and part-time, plan to attend the Wednesday, September 12, Information Session, or please visit mccn.edu/academics/doctor-of-nursing-practice.