Master of Science

The Master of Science degree program at the KU School of Nursing enlarges the focus of nursing, using as its foundation the basic baccalaureate nursing program. The master's program curriculum includes the following components:

Common Core: Nursing courses that provide the core knowledge and skills essential to the nurse practicing in any advanced area of nursing.

Leadership Core: Courses provide the theoretical basis for the Leadership specialty areas.

Research Core: Research courses focus on the ability of the nurse to understand and use research and participate in development of new knowledge in nursing and health care.

Functional Specialty Core: Courses provide the information necessary for advanced practice. Specializations are available in the following areas:

Program details and requirements

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Last modified: Jan 19, 2017