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Master of science in nursing (MSN) Programs

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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. No matter what you choose, Johns Hopkins has programs in a variety of formats to meet your evolving 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 or entry-level master’s degree in nursing can pursue our MSN Healthcare Organizational Leadership or MSN Healthcare Organizational Leadership/MBA. Alternately, students with these degrees also have the opportunity to pursue a DNP Advanced Practice degree with specialties in nurse practitioner or nurse anesthesia tracks.

The Johns Hopkins School of Nursing is No. 1 for DNP, No. 1 (Tied) for Master’s in National Rankings

Program Options

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

A nurse and have completed a Bachelor of Science in Nursing degree

Advance in the nursing profession

MSN Healthcare Organizational Leadership, MSN Healthcare Organizational Leadership/MBA Dual Degree, DNP Advanced Practice

Programs & Specialty Tracks

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