The power of choice defines the very best of career education. Our interdisciplinary approach provides students with the tools to address a variety of changing healthcare needs.
Students who hold a bachelor’s degree in another discipline and want to earn a master of science in nursing can enroll full time in our MSN (Entry into Nursing) Program. Students who already have a bachelor's degree in nursing can pursue our DNP Advanced Practice degree with specialties in nurse practitioner and clinical nurse specialist populations. Interested in obtaining an MPH? Students can also earn their MSN Public Health Nursing/MPH through a joint degree program with the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health.
No matter what you choose, Johns Hopkins has programs in a variety of formats to meet your evolving needs.
|I am...||I want to...||The right program for me is...|
|A college graduate with a Bachelor’s degree in a field other than Nursing||Become a Registered Nurse||MSN (Entry into Nursing) Program|
|A nurse and have completed a Bachelor of Science in Nursing degree||Advance in the nursing profession||DNP Advanced Nursing Practice Tracks, MSN Health Systems Management Track, MSN/MPH Joint Degree, or MSN/MBA Dual Degree|
Programs & Specialty Tracks
Master of Science in Nursing (MSN) Entry into Nursing Program
The power of choice defines the very best of career education. If you have already earned a non-nursing bachelor's degree, you are familiar with your unique learning style, professional goals, and scheduling needs. The Johns Hopkins School of Nursing offers you two program options that can accelerate your track to nursing practice, continue your studies through a doctoral program, or provide you clinical experience as you work toward advanced practice nursing.
Master of Science in Nursing (MSN) Health Systems Management Track
Are you driven to improve healthcare quality and efficiency? Our MSN Health Systems Management Track provides the tools you’ll need. Developed and directed by internationally-recognized Johns Hopkins nursing faculty, the program taps nursing’s unique perspective at the front line of patient care to manage, evaluate, and improve an evolving healthcare delivery system. Grounded in evidence-based practice, the coursework and practica can be tailored to focus on management and administration, information technology, health policy, or case management/population management.
Master of Science in Nursing (MSN) Public Health Nursing Track
Learn to improve the health of diverse, often underserved populations in community settings through one of the distinct public health offerings at Johns Hopkins. The MSN Public Health Nursing Track opens doors to leadership positions in health education, program development, consultation, and administration.
Master of Science in Nursing (MSN) Advanced Nursing Practice
Nurse Practitioner and Clinical Nurse Specialist Tracks are Now Offered in the DNP Program