Higher Learning Commission
The master’s degree program in Nursing, Post-Graduate APRN Certificate program, and the Doctor of Nursing Practice program at Bradley University is accredited by the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education (http://www.ccneaccreditation.org).
Which path is right for you?
Depending on your entry-level education, Bradley offers two options to earn your online Master of Science in Nursing – Nursing Administration degree.
RN to MSN-Nursing Administration
If you have an ADN, nursing diploma, or non-nursing bachelor’s degree, we offer bridge courses that can start you on the path from an RN toward an MSN-Nursing Administration degree.
- 39–40 credit hours*
- 2.3 years
- 350 clinical hours
*Includes 9 undergraduate hours from RN completion courses
BSN to MSN-Nursing Administration
If you already have your BSN, you may be eligible to start working toward your MSN-Nursing Administration right away. No bridge courses are required for this entry path.
- 30-31 credit hours
- 1.7 years
- 300 clinical hours
Here are a few other ways to know if an online MSN from Bradley is the right choice for you:
• You want to collaborate with and learn from other aspiring nurse administrators.
• You want a flexible online learning environment that fits your busy schedule.
• You’re eager to learn from a faculty of passionate and experienced clinicians.
• You prefer small class sizes; Bradley offers a 12:1 student faculty ratio.
Learn from innovative nursing leaders.
The dedicated faculty members who lead our online MSN-Nursing Administration program are committed to helping you succeed as you take the next step in your nursing career. They each bring a broad base of clinical expertise and professional experience into our online classrooms every day, and they are eager to share their knowledge with you.
For more than 60 years, Bradley University has been setting the standard for excellence in nursing education. Our graduates work as advanced practice nurses and leaders in clinical and non-clinical settings across the country. They’re transforming the way health care is delivered in the 21st century — and so can you.
Make the next step in your nursing career a focused one.
Earn an advanced nursing degree online from Bradley University.