Applications for Fall 2018 are currently being accepted. Preferred application deadline is November 15, 2017.

St. John’s College offers two master’s of science in nursing (MSN) degrees for students who have completed an accredited BSN program with a cumulative GPA of 3.0/4.0 and satisfactorily complete a graduate level statistics course within the last five years with a grade of B or higher.

The master's program of study consists of five core courses of online learning with student requested face-to-face meetings. After completion of the core courses (15 credit hours), the RN learner continues to a specialty track of either Family Nurse Practitioner (FNP) or Nursing Administration and Leadership. 
Family Nurse Practioner 
  • Hybrid program (both online and in-seat) 
  • Extensive precepted clinical experience set up by SJC faculty
  • Opportunities for clincal work in urban, rural and under-served sites
  • 45 credit hours, including 660 clinical hours and 60 simulation hours
    • Full-time and part-time enrollment available
  • Dual admission program for students wishing to pursue a Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP) with the University of St. Francis
Nursing Administration and Leadership
  • Completely online
  • Opportunities for career advancement and leadership roles in the healthcare setting
  • 38 credit hours, including 300 clinical hours 
    • Full-time and part-time enrollment available

More detailed information about tuition and fees, admission requirements, and academic policies can be found on the left-hand navigation. 

*Completion of the BSN must be within the last five years or, if longer than five years, the applicant has practiced as an RN within the last two years.