School of Nursing launches 3 online master’s programs

By | September 11, 2019
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(School of Nursing)

The U-M School of Nursing is now offering three of its Master of Science in Nursing degree programs online. Courses will begin in fall 2020 for Primary Care Family Nurse Practitioner, Adult-Gerontology Primary Care Nurse Practitioner and Leadership, Analytics and Innovation. These specialty programs were identified for development in a digital framework because they cross the spectrum of nursing education.

The new digital programs, which were designed with input from students and in consultation with national experts in online learning, will employ cutting-edge digital education methodologies such as storybooking, animation, simulation and more in order to maintain the rigorous didactic and clinical instruction offered on campus. By providing innovative training in flexible learning environments, the school aims to address the growing demand for high-quality digital education among graduate nursing students across the country.