Master of Science in Nursing

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Are you ready to take your nursing career to the next level?  Our Master of Science in Nursing (MSN)* offers the flexibility and opportunity to grow your professional skills and advance your career.

When you earn your Master of Science in Nursing at Thomas More University, you’ll be choosing a values-based, Catholic institution rooted in morality, truth, humanity, and meaningful work.

You’ll learn from faculty who are practicing experts in nursing. You’ll be choosing a college experience that’s as stress-free and personalized as possible—whether you’re joining us straight from college or from a high-level position you’ve held for years.

From your enrollment coach to your personal advisor, you have an entire team making sure you have what you need to succeed.

Why earn a Master of Science in Nursing degree at Thomas More?

Choose Your Specialization. Design your own MSN. Choose healthcare informatics if you want to study, manage, and interpret patient-care data. Choose executive leadership if you want to develop strategic planning, quality improvement, and critical thinking skills to lead a nursing department or unit. Both are 100% online with optional on-campus learning sessions and can be completed in 24 months.

Build Expertise to Teach or Lead. Amid the healthcare worker shortage, advanced practice nurses with MSNs can fill critical roles. Build upon the expertise you’ve gained from your undergraduate education and valuable work experiences. Higher earning potential, promotions, and nurse educator opportunities are waiting for you on the other side.

Receive Personalized Support. Our small, private-university experience offers unmatched services, like concierge support. From the day you enroll to the day you graduate (and beyond), someone is always there for you. Combined with affordability and flexibility, it’s no wonder a recent Georgetown University report names us No. 1 in Kentucky for ROI.

“Thomas More University really made sense for me not only because of the culture and curriculum, but also for the overall cost.”

Rachel Blankenship ’22

How can an MSN help my career?

The Bureau of Labor Statistics released a report illustrating that the more degrees you earn, the higher your salary potential, and that healthcare occupations are projected to grow 15 percent from 2019 to 2029, which is much faster than average.  Healthcare organizations need nurses to earn their MSNs to lead, educate, and interpret data to make better decisions and to provide the highest-quality healthcare and improve patient outcomes.

*Currently seeking ACEN approval.

Related programs to the master of science in nursing at Thomas More

If you’re interested in the master in nursing program, you may also want to look into other graduate programs offered by Thomas More that can help broaden your education and professional career, such as: 

Master of Arts in Teaching
Master of Business Administration