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Rafic Hariri School of Nursing

The Master of Science in Nursing (MSN) provides a curriculum with a focus on advanced nursing practice in the following areas:

Courses in Nursing Administration are offered in collaboration with the School of Business and the Faculty of Health Sciences. Students enrolled in the MSN program take the following courses:

  • Core courses: Nursing Theory, Nursing Research, and Professional Issues in Advanced Nursing Practice
  • Advanced specialty courses: Advanced Health Assessment, Advanced Pathophysiology,
  • Advanced Psychopathology, and Advanced Pharmacology
  • Advanced Practice in Adult Care or Psychiatric Mental Health Nursing and Clinical or
  • Administrative Residencies
  • Role development courses
  • Electives

These courses are designed to provide students with professional nursing education in academic and clinical settings.

Key Features of MSN in Advanced Nursing Practice

  • Curricula are benchmarked against leading MSN programs worldwide
  • A choice of concentration areas: Adult Care, Nursing Administration, Psychiatric Mental
  • Health Nursing and Nursing Education
  • Credentialed PhD prepared faculty
  • Wide range of student clinical experiences
  • Student-centered instructional methods
  • Strong international links to leading US and European universities

Length of Program

Total credits: 36 credits
Full-time MSN students can complete the program in two years. Part-time students must complete requirements within a maximum period of four years.

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