B.S. to M.S. Nursing Combined Option
If you're a registered nurse with a bachelor's degree in a major other than nursing, you can earn both your B.S. in Nursing and M.S. in Nursing at the same time. We call it the Combined Option program. It's a convenient way for you to fast-track your career in nurse leadership or nurse education.
Here's how it works: You'll join a cohort of B.S. in Nursing students to complete 3 bachelor's courses. Then you'll continue on with the courses in the master's program.
Required Undergraduate Courses
The sequence of bachelor's-level classes you'll take before starting the Master's in Nursing program are:
- Public Health Nursing
- Nursing Leadership
- Understanding Worldviews
Visit the B.S. in Nursing courses page for course descriptions.