The Nursing Systems Administration (MSN) is a part-time online program that prepares nurses for leadership opportunities throughout changing healthcare environments. Students complete a total of 36 credit hours, and 480 practice hours.
Faculty resources are readily available to help ensure student program success. An intensive full-day orientation is provided to prepare new students with the tools necessary for a quality graduate experience.
What will an MSN degree with a specialty in Nursing Systems Administration do for your career?
Lead from the bedside to the boardroom as an innovative, collaborative leader in changing health care environments to improve patient outcomes
Improve your career mobility and marketability
Prepare you for a DNP or PhD
Why choose Illinois State University Mennonite College of Nursing?
Courses are offered online to allow the working nurse the opportunity to complete their degree with a flexible schedule
Small class size and individualized student attention
U.S. News & World Report ranks Illinois State University in the Top 100 Public Universities
Illinois State University is listed in the Top 50 Best Bang for the Buck Colleges (Washington Monthly)
More than 95 years of delivering high quality nursing education