Master’s Program Concentrations
Adult Oncology Concentration
The adult oncology concentration consists of didactic courses and clinical experience to provide a foundation of knowledge and skill for an advanced practice nursing role in the care of adults with cancer.
Diabetes Care Concentration
The diabetes care concentration consists of a series of courses that focus on advanced preparation in the subspecialty of diabetes care practice and management. It is designed for students in their final year of study.
Gender and Sexuality Health Justice Concentration
The Gender and Sexuality Health Justice concentration is designed to educate MSN students about the health disparities of LGBTQIA+ patients through a racial and economic justice lens. Students are taught about trans hormonal care, incarceration, substance use, and mental health issues in LGBTQIA+ communities.
Global Health Concentration
The global health concentration is designed to prepare students to serve global populations both internationally and domestically as educators, clinicians, scholars, and policy makers. Students are exposed to a range of global concepts through their interdisciplinary didactic courses and through their global clinical and scholarly activities.
The Research Concentration is offered to second year specialty students who have an interest in gaining additional research skills, particularly those who may be considering a doctorate in nursing in the future. The Research Concentration requirements include the successful completion of several components. Read more here.