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Delaware MSN Programs
MSN programs in Delaware are among the highest degree programs a nurse can pursue. To enter most MSN programs, an individual must already have completed a BSN degree. Then, these students can advance to the master's degree level where they learn about a specific field of nursing that they're interested in.
Online vs. Traditional Programs
Students in Delaware have two main options for pursuing a MSN degree. They have the choice of either a traditional classroom program or an online MSN program. Each type has its own advantages and disadvantages, so it's important for a student have as much information as possible about each type before making a decision.
Traditional classrooms provide students with more personal attention, because the students are in the same room as the teacher and are able to ask questions during class. While some students really benefit from the extra attention, many are not able to attend class at the same time every week because of work or family obligations. This is why many students choose to enroll in online classes.
Online MSN classes give students the flexibility to watch lectures and complete assignments when they have time, not during a specific class period. Working nurses often prefer to have the convenience of this flexibility.
Most MSN programs offer different specialty tracks that students can choose to pursue. For example, the University of Phoenix offers the specialty tracks: Nursing and Health Care Education, Master of Health Administration, Health Care Management, and Family Nurse Practitioner. The specialty tracks offered by South University are: Nurse Educator, Nurse Informatics, and Nurse Administrator.
Each school and program has different requirements for admission. Typical requirements can include:
- Submitting a resume or CV
- Interviewing with faculty
- Having a BSN degree
- Submitting official nursing school transcripts proving that he or she graduating with at least a 3.0 GPA
- Submitting an application and application fee
- Submitting letters of recommendation
- Currently being a licensed RN
On-Campus & Online MSN Schools
Other DE Schools with MSN Programs
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