Master of Science in Nursing
For nurses wishing to expand their knowledge base and advance in their careers, the Daniel School of Nursing and Health Sciences at Piedmont College offers two Master of Science in Nursing (MSN) programs.
MSN with emphasis in Nursing Education
This program prepares nurses in the role of clinical educators for health care facilities and provides the background for entry-level teaching of nursing in higher education. Students will be prepared to take the Certified Nurse Educator (CNE) examination at the completion of the program.
MSN with emphasis in Nursing Administration
This program prepares nurse administrators to assume top-level management positions in a variety of settings throughout every sector of the health care industry. Emphasis is placed on evidence-based leadership, measurement of quality outcomes, technology for patient care, and organization and financial management.
Update on Admission Criteria
Besides an official test score for the GRE General Test (35th percentile on the GRE verbal and quantitative sections), we will now accept an official test score for the Miller Analogy Test (MAT) (35th percentile).