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Cabarrus College of Health Sciences Library: Master of Science in Nursing (MSN)
The Master of Science in Nursing prepares registered nurses for advanced roles in clinical practice, nursing leadership, and clinical research.
The theme of the MSN program is: Discovery of Self, Transformation in Others, and Innovation in Systems.
The MSN degree has two tracks: Leadership and Clinical Research. These two tracks share seven core courses that provide a solid foundation for graduate level education. Applicants must be registered nurses who have earned the Bachelor of Sciences in Nursing (BSN). Interested students who have not earned the BSN are encouraged to apply to our RN-BSN program.
The mission of the Louise Harkey School of Nursing is to cultivate caring nurse professionals through exemplary education and promotion of lifelong learning.