The Master's Degree Program in Medical-Surgical Nursing is designed to provide advanced knowledge and skills in the care of adult patients with complex medical and surgical conditions. The program focuses on the development of clinical expertise, leadership, and research skills to prepare nurses for advanced practice roles in a variety of healthcare settings.


Throughout the program, students will learn about the latest evidence-based practices in medical-surgical nursing, including topics such as acute and chronic illness management, pharmacology, health promotion, and disease prevention. Students will also have the opportunity to develop their clinical skills through hands-on experience in a variety of healthcare settings.


Graduates of the program are well-prepared for advanced practice roles in medical-surgical nursing, as well as for doctoral study in nursing. The program is typically completed in 2-3 years.



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