Nursing Graduate Programs
As of spring semester 2022, Cedarville University is no longer enrolling new students into the M.S.N.-Global Public Health Nursing or the Global Public Health Nursing Graduate Certificate programs. We encourage you to consider our other outstanding graduate nursing programs listed below. If you have questions or would like to be placed on a list to receive information about future public health programs, please contact 937-766-8000 or email email@example.com.
Master of Science in Nursing (M.S.N.)
Make the most of the gifts you’ve been given.
If you want to lead and serve with excellence as an advanced practice nurse, adding an M.S.N. or graduate certificate from Cedarville is the right choice for your next professional step. Cedarville is preparing nursing professionals who possess the training and skills needed to succeed wherever God has called them to serve. We’ll help you make the most of the gifts God has given you to fulfill His purpose for your life. Plus, you’ll experience flexible, convenient completion options with competitive costs and available financial aid.
M.S.N. Hooding Ceremony Highlight
Watch as Cedarville's M.S.N. graduates receive their hoods and are ready to go out and impact the world for Christ as advanced practice nurses.
$3,000 Scholarship Offer
A limited number of $3,000 scholarships are now available to new M.S.N. students with financial need. Apply now to see if you qualify!
M.S.N. + M.B.A Dual Degree
The M.S.N.+M.B.A. dual degree program allows you to add a Master of Business Administration to your graduate nursing degree, equipping you for high-level administrative positions within hospitals, medical offices, and other care facilities.
Cedarville also offers two 12-credit-hour graduate certificates for current M.S.N. students or nurses who already hold an M.S.N. degree.
Certifications and Licensure
Various programs qualify you to sit for national certifications, though authorizations vary by state. Use our interactive certification and licensure map to view each state's authorization status for M.S.N. specializations and links to its state board of nursing website.