Nursing Graduate Programs
The graduate nursing programs at Edgewood College hold a mission designed to develop nurses into leaders with advanced knowledge, Dominican values, and the ability to contribute to the changing, diverse healthcare environment. Advanced practice roles in nursing require further enhancement of critical reasoning and decision making skills as theory is translated into practice.
- Programs are fully online
- Choose from several pathways: ADN to BSN, BSN to MSN to DNP, MSN, post-Master’s DNP, Graduate Certificates
- Concentrations of Family Nurse Practitioner, Adult Gerontology Primary Care Nurse Practitioner, Clinical Nurse Specialist, Clinical Nurse Specialist Adult Gerontology, Education, Administration, Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioner
- Enrolling every Fall, Spring and Summer Semester
Master of Science in Nursing
MSN Information Session
Join us to learn more about the Master of Science in Nursing program at Edgewood College and the seven concentration options.
The baccalaureate, master’s degree in nursing, and doctor of nursing practice programs at Edgewood College are accredited by the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education, 655 K Street, NW, Suite 750, Washington, DC 20001, 202-887-6791.
Anna_SchaalI have had the privilege of going through both Edgewood College’s Undergraduate and Graduate programs in Nursing. These programs lay the foundation of the science of nursing, but also give their students the gift of understanding the art of nursing. The focus of Edgewood’s program is not only on how to do the job well, but also why it matters. Edgewood’s nursing program is about taking care of people. The dignity and respect that the school has for the profession in conjunction with the Dominican values of Justice, Compassion, Partnership, Community, and Truth have prepared me to lead change and impact the profession that I and so many others hold very dear to our hearts. In a time when healthcare is vigorously changing, I cannot speak highly enough of the integrity of this program.Anna Schaal, RN, MSN; Professional Development Specialist in the Nursing Education UPH-Meriter