Join a community of clinicians, researchers, faculty, and students in your journey toward advanced nursing practice. The M.S.N. program includes a large variety of clinical, research, education and administration tracks, both online and face-to-face, to meet the needs of nurses seeking advanced education for advanced nursing roles.
In addition to relevant coursework and clinical or role practicum experiences, nurse practitioner and nursing education students benefit from opportunities to refine skills via periodic campus residencies including workshops, exciting simulation opportunities in our state of the art simulation and standardized patient laboratories, presentations by expert clinicians, researchers and panels.
Why Masters of Science in Nursing?
Given thought to a Doctorate in Nursing?
- Women's Health Nurse Practitioner students participate in Transdisciplinary Learning Days, learning and refining clinical skills in collaborative simulation scenarios with medical students from the Drexel College of Medicine.
- Acute Care Nurse Practitioner Students participate in critical care simulations; Nursing Education and Faculty Role track students can participate in simulations to practice teaching skills and to learn processes involved in the development of simulation exercises for nursing education.
- State of the art technology, including mobile technology, web-based student portfolios, rich clinical and practicum experiences, and leading-edge learning are the hallmarks of the Drexel M.S.N.
As a Drexel Dr.N.P. student, you will enjoy unique opportunities to refine and amplify your expertise without giving up your career or your life. The degree can be completed part-time, year-round, over a three-year period, with classes one day a week and two week-long summer residences.