Master of Science in Nursing (MSN)

Nurses with advanced degrees are in high demand. Today's nurses have more opportunities for advancement than ever before. Those new responsibilities require healthcare leaders to hire nurses with more skills and more education.

Whether you are just beginning your nursing career path or already an experienced nurse working in the field, Nebraska Methodist College has nursing degrees online to prepare you for what's next in healthcare, as well as your career.

RN to MSN, Nurse Educator >

This online track is for registered nurses looking to advance in the field of education and teach future nurses of tomorrow. Courses can be completed in as little as 30 months.

RN to MSN, Executive >

This online track can be completed in as little as 30 months. It provides registered nurses with the skills and knowledge needed to work as an executive in leadership roles in a variety of healthcare settings.

RN to MSN, Informatics >

This 30-month online track educates students to become nursing informaticists, harnessing data in order to develop successful policies that improve patient and population outcomes.

MSN, Nurse Educator >

The online Nurse Educator track allows busy RNs looking to advance their career in education by completing their MSN degree in as little as 21 months.

MSN, Nurse Executive >

Designed for BSN prepared nurses, the Nurse Executive track is online and allows busy RNs to advance their nursing career with a master of science in nursing degree in as little as 21 months

MSN, Nursing Informatics >

Already earned your BSN? This online Nursing Informatics track can be completed in just 21 months and will prepare you to take on the role of informaticist in a healthcare setting

What Others Are Saying About the MSN Program


"Nebraska Methodist College faculty modeled what professional, coherent, caring, and knowledgeable educational institutions should be. They are very helpful in keeping you on track with the information you need to learn and work with you to make sure you succeed." - Anna A. MSN, 2013