Master of Science in Nursing – Global Public Health Nursing
Using Nursing as a Ministry
One recent graduate shares her story of how Cedarville’s M.S.N. Global Public Health Nursing area of focus prepared her to use nursing as a ministry for Christ.
Dr. Janice Supplee named dean of graduate studies
Supplee has served at Cedarville since 1995.
The Cedarville University M.S.N. program prepares students for advanced practice with up-to-date facilities, hands-on experience, and the most current research.
You will complete 12 graduate nursing core semester hours, 9 direct care core semester hours, 17 semester hours of GPHN specialty courses, and 3 semester hours of a graduate-level Bible course (if this Bible requirement was not previously satisfied with an undergraduate Bible minor or approved alternative).
- Biblical Foundations of Advanced Nursing Practice
- Philosophy and Theology of Health, Healing, and Illness