About the Program
The MSN program at King University is a cohort-based program designed for adults who have finished their Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN). The program is designed to relieve the adult learner challenges of balancing personal and professional goals.
Classes meet one day per week, from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. By taking classes only one day per week, you can balance the demands of pursuing your degree, working a full-time job, and meeting your family commitments.
Many regional healthcare employers have established tuition reimbursement policies with King University. An admissions representative can work with you to determine if you are eligible to participate in this program.
The MSN program includes core courses, advanced specialty core courses, and clinical requirements. Classes meet one day a week for eight hours. Full-time students can complete the MSN degree in five 15-week semesters.
You will enroll in approximately 9 semester hours of coursework each semester. This is an intensive full time program. We recommend you openly discuss this program and its demands with both your family and your employer. Periodic breaks are purposely built in to allow time for reflection and rejuvenation; however, you will need the support and encouragement of family and employers.
Supporting King's full-time faculty is a select group of adjunct faculty holding respected advanced degrees in their discipline. You'll learn from faculty who bring expertise and experience in the following areas to the classroom:
- Adult Health - Generalist CNS Adult Acute Care
- Nursing Administration
- Business Management
- Provide students with an opportunity to enhance ongoing personal and professional growth and development guided by Christian principles.
- Prepare clinicians and educator leaders capable of developing and expanding nursing knowledge, skill and practice competencies.
- Create a learning environment where students demonstrate self-direction and effective interactions with other health professionals promoting and effecting optimum delivery of health care services.
- Encourage students and faculty to participate in the growth of professional nursing and embrace responsibilities incumbent upon professionals in society.