Bellin College’s MSN program prepares graduates with enhanced knowledge and practice expertise that build and expand on baccalaureate nursing education. This preparation provides graduates with a broader understanding of nursing in order to engage in advanced practice and leadership in a variety of settings and commit to life-long learning (AACN, 2010).
The graduate program builds on a baccalaureate nursing degree to prepare nurses for leadership roles in advanced practice. The master’s curriculum provides the depth of knowledge and breadth of skills that are applied in a variety of educational and practicum settings. In-program role development attends to leadership and professional standards provide the foundation for advanced practice. The Master of Science in Nursing program also provides a foundation for doctoral study.
The graduate program prepares nurses for leadership roles in advanced practice. The curriculum provides the depth and breadth of knowledge and skills that are applied in a variety of educational and clinical settings. Role development and scholarship that attend to leadership and professional standards provide the foundation for advanced practice. The MSN program provides a foundation for doctoral study.
Bellin College's nursing programs are fully accredited by the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education (CCNE) through 2018 and the Higher Learning Commission (HLC) of the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools.