Advanced Degree Programs
- Clinical Nurse Leader
For students with a baccalaureate degree in a non-nursing major, our intensive 2 year program leads to a master's-level qualification and is the ideal way to begin a nursing career.
- Ph.D., Nursing
Designed to prepare nurse scholars for a lifetime of advanced research, our flagship Ph.D. program is helping shape the next generation of intellectual leadership in nursing.
- D.N.P., Doctor of Nursing Practice Program - Courses Can Now be Taken Online
The College of Nursing offers a 30-45 credit on-line Doctor of Nursing
Practice (D.N.P.) degree program for the student who has completed an
M.S.N. with a major in Advanced Practice Nursing (A.P.N.) or Health
Systems Administration (H.S.A.). Students can also enter at the
post-baccalaureate level, where the program will total 70-76 credits,
depending on the chosen major.
- M.S.N., Case Management/Health Administration
The graduate program in case management and health systems administration provides an integrated approach that promotes effective, collaborative utilization of clinical resources.
- M.S.N., Health Systems Administration
The Health Systems Administration program prepares graduates to assume leadership positions in the integrated delivery systems that characterize contemporary healthcare organizations.
- M.S.N., Adult/Gerontological Nurse Practitioner
Seton Hall University College of Nursing now offers a combined Adult/Gerontological Nurse Practitioner program, which is designed to prepare nurses for the specific demands of working with the adults and the aged. The nurse practitioner curriculum meets the guidelines established by the American Association of Colleges of Nursing and the National Organization of Nurse Practitioner Faculty.
- M.S.N., Pediatric Nurse Practitioner
Designed to prepare nurses to become pediatric nurse practitioners, this 43-credit four-semester program develops students’ skills in making independent clinical judgments, forming collaborative clinical relationships, providing advocacy for clients and evaluating quality of care.
- M.S.N., School Nursing
This program is designed for certified school nurses holding a baccalaureate nursing degree, who can earn an M.S.N. in as few as 25 credits.
- M.A. in Nursing Education
This program prepares nurses who have already completed a master’s degree in advanced practice for positions in nursing education settings, including hospital-based nursing education departments, community health nursing education departments and some higher education programs.