Master of Science in Nursing
Grand Valley State University's Master of Science in nursing (M.S.N.) is offered through the university's Kirkhof College of Nursing. The MSN is an Advanced Generalist program designed to provide the clinical leadership skills essential for evidence-based practice and coordination of care delivery processes at the patient-provider interface. MSN graduates will be eligible to sit for Clinical Nurse Leader certification, providing them the opportunity to advance their credentials to AG/CNL.
The MSN curriculum for an advanced generalist consists of 41 credits completed over 7 semesters.
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