M.S. in Nursing
Monmouth University’s 33-45 credit Master of Science in Nursing will prepare you for an advanced role as an educator or practitioner in a wide range of fields. Our program is ideal for current nurses who wish to move ahead in their careers, as well as those who want to enter the dynamic, emerging field of forensic nursing.
The faculty members in the Marjorie K. Unterberg School of Nursing and Health Studies are committed to providing students with more than just the skills of an advanced practice nurse. With small class sizes, one-on-one faculty interaction, and a full-time placement coordinator available to help you identify internship opportunities, Monmouth offers a personalized learning experience designed to position you for success after graduation.
Nursing education is changing to address the increased complexity of patient care, national concerns about the quality of care and patient safety, and shortages of nursing personnel. Monmouth prepares you to adapt to this dynamic health care environment by providing real-world experience in a variety of settings. With over 500+ possible clinical placements throughout the state, plus externships available with our partners Hackensack Meridian Health and Monmouth Medical Center, you have the opportunity to master the field of nursing.
All of our MSN classes are designed to accommodate the working nurse and are offered in the evening, either online or hybrid (alternating weeks on campus).
Choose from degree programs and certificates appropriate for your area of interest and specialty:
- Nurse Practitioner
- Nursing Education
- School Nursing
- Forensic Nursing
- Certificate and Endorsement Programs
Interim Program Director & Faculty
Patricia A. Dempsey
Option for All Nursing Candidates
Monmouth’s Bridge-to-MSN is designed for nurses with non-nursing bachelor’s degrees. This program offers a pathway to registered nurses with non-nursing baccalaureate degrees, providing the core upper division BSN knowledge and skills without needing to earn a second bachelor’s degree.
Dr. Cheryl Leiningen was selected from nurse educators to attend the Edmond J. Safra Visiting Nurse Faculty Program at the Parkinson's Disease Foundation in collaboration with the Disease and Movement Disorders Centers at New York University and University of Pennsylvania. A requirement for completion of the fellowship, was creating a mentored educational project thus enhancing the overall care of Parkinsons disease patients and their families. This project was accepted to be presented at the 2016 4th World Parkinson's Congress in Portland, Oregon.
Dr. Rose Knapp is the clinical editor of the fourth edition of “Hemodynamic Monitoring Made Incredibly Visual.” This concise, enjoyable guide is full of colorful images that illustrate monitoring concepts and processes, and sorts through the complexities of hemodynamics and clarifies them in easy-to-follow ways.
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