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Make an impact on the health care industry by becoming an educator of future nurses, or a leader and resource for other health care professionals.
AIC is committed to making our online MSN program accessible to hard-working RNs who have the initiative to make a difference regardless of their undergraduate major. Fully accredited by the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education (CCNE), this innovative online program enables you to earn your degree in as little as 24 months.
Developed to address growing needs in nursing education and leadership, this 36-credit degree brings an analytical, thoughtful approach to the different roles nurses play within today's complex health care systems. Through developing management and organizational skills and critical big-picture thinking, the MSN degree prepares you to create change while advancing your career.
The MSN degree offers two concentrations: nursing educator and nursing administration. Whether your focus is on the management, supervision, and professional development of current nurses, or educating and advising nursing students, you will build on a core of courses designed to examine the complexities and challenges of nursing and health care.
Become the leader and decision maker. The administration track focuses on strengthening your management skills so you can accept middle management roles within a health care institution. While building on the core concern of nursing with patient care, you will learn to support and guide other health care professionals as valuable resources, and to pursue and reach broader administrative goals.
The future of health care rests with health care workers. You can help prepare nursing students to take part in a promising future as professional nurses. The education track will prepare you to create and implement curricula to more effectively teach future nurses, whether you are in a classroom or leading a practicum. You will develop the skills necessary to successfully share your own knowledge and clinical experience with student nurses and help them build their own.