About this course
Curry College's MSN program prepares RNs for careers as nurse educators and nurse leaders. Pursuing an MSN takes dedication, but it can have a huge impact on your nursing success in the form of new opportunities, from higher pay to greater responsibilities.
Classes are held once a week, during the day. You'll be part of a cohort, which means that you'll study with the same group of professional nurses. Cohort learning groups have proven to be very effective for adult learners; they create a community of professionals who can study together, provide support, discuss common on-the-job problems, and offer networking opportunities.
MSN students have opportunities to apply the skills acquired in the course work. In the Capstone course, students collaborate with faculty on a focused scholarly project. In the Practicum, students gain real-world experience through mentored teaching or clinical immersion.