2 years
Jan Jun Aug
Study mode
Tuition fee (entire course)
Foreign students
USD 30,324
Other costs
Other costs apply

About this course

The basic role of the Master of Science in Nursing is to create talented experts ready to accept positions of authority, which add to the wellbeing, training, and social structure of the group, state, country, and world. The central subject gives understudies information key to all medical attendants arranged at the expert's level. Graduates will have the capacity to study and assess research discoveries and to apply examine discoveries so as to give astounding consideration, start change, and actualize proof based nursing practice. Understudies will have a comprehension of social insurance arrangement, human services associations, and financing of medicinal services which will set them up to accept initiative positions in a perpetually advancing human services framework. Likewise, information of moral choice making standards and wellbeing divergence issues will help to guarantee that proper and touchy medicinal services is given. 

Students choosing the focus in Education will be arranged to expect parts in nursing training in either a scholastic or administration setting. The focus in Gerontological Nursing will get ready nursing experts to meet the developing requests of a maturing populace. Besides, specialization here will furnish graduates with fundamental substance to capacity as directors, suppliers, and coordinators of medicinal services for geriatric patients/customers. The focus in Nursing Administration will plan medical attendants for authoritative parts, for example, Nurse Executive, Nurse Manager, Quality Improvement Manager, Ambulatory Care Manager, or other framework level nursing positions in group offices, social insurance offices, wellbeing offices, and schools of nursing.

Entry Requirements

  • Admission to the CSU Stanislaus Graduate School;
  • Bachelor's degree from an accredited institution.  If the Bachelor's degree is in a discipline other than nursing, an Associate Degree in Nursing is also required;
  • Minimum of a 3.0 cumulative grade point average (on a 4.0 scale);
  • Current license to practice as a registered nurse in the state of California;
  • Successful completion (minimum grade of C) of an undergraduate statistics course;
  • Two professional references; and,
  • Résumé with cover letter indicating professional goals.