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  • Occupational Therapy Doctorate (OTD)

    The experiential learning-based curriculum of our Occupational Therapy Doctorate (OTD) program prepares you for entry-level practice in a variety of roles and settings, with coursework focusing on rehabilitation, health promotion and wellness, business and financial models in health care, education, global interprofessional collaboration, and leadership.

  • M.S. Physician Assistant

    Our fully accredited, full-time, 95-credit physician assistant (PA) graduate program is comprised of 28 months of coursework and supervised clinical practice experiences (i.e., clinical clerkship rotations) completed in 3-years time. The program will give you the rigorous, hands-on learning environment you need to become a critical part of the changing healthcare landscape.

  • Doctor of Social Work (DSW)

    Monmouth’s Doctor of Social Work (DSW) in Human Rights Leadership prepares you to be an agent of change at the executive level. You will learn to design, evaluate, and implement effective human rights programs and policies that positively impact individuals and communities.

  • M.S.N. in Nursing Education

    Monmouth University’s nursing education track offers you courses in curriculum development and instruction, assessment, evaluating outcomes, classroom, and clinical instruction.

  • M.S.N. – School Nursing (Non-Certified)

    This program is no longer enrolling new students.

    If you want to promote the well-being and health of students, Monmouth University’s MSN offers a school nursing track.

  • M.S.N. Adult and Gerontological Nurse Practitioner Track

    To accommodate the large aging population, Adult-Gerontological Primary Care Nurse Practitioners focus on the care of the adult and older adult, including physiological changes and needs.

  • M.S.N. Family Nurse Practitioner Track

    The Family Nurse Practitioner track focuses on the care of a patient population throughout the lifespan, from newborn to older adult.

  • M.S.N. Psychiatric and Mental Health Nurse Practitioner

    Our psychiatric/mental health APN curriculum will prepare you to provide comprehensive mental health assessments, as well as diagnosis and treatment of mental health disorders across the lifespan.

  • M.S.N. – School Nursing (Certified)

    This program is no longer enrolling new students.

    If you want to promote the well-being and health of students, Monmouth University’s MSN offers a school nursing track.

  • Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP)

    The 36-credit online Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP) degree at Monmouth University is a post-master’s academic degree that focuses on organizational/systems leadership and scholarship in order to address today’s highly complex and rapidly evolving health care environments.