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M.S. Nursing—Education (for RNs with BSNs)
M.S. Nursing—Leadership and Management (for RNs with BSNs)
M.S. Nursing—Education (RN to MSN Option)
M.S. Nursing—Leadership and Management (RN to MSN Option)
MBA Healthcare Management (from the College of Business)
Today’s fast-growing healthcare industry offers many career opportunities to people with the right skills and credentials. Take the next step to advancing your career with a master’s degree in nursing education, nursing leadership and management, or an MBA in healthcare management.
Advances in patient care and a growing, aging population in need of healthcare have presented a fantastic opportunity for competent, compassionate healthcare professionals like you. WGU’s online health master’s degree programs are specifically designed for experienced professionals and managers like you who are seeking upward mobility.
Career advancement depends on competence, credentials, and respect. WGU’s online healthcare master’s degrees are highly respected—largely because the programs were developed by employers for the specific needs of the industry. When you graduate from WGU, you can be certain you’ll have the right skills and knowledge the workplace demands.
The nursing degree programs at WGU are accredited by the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education (One Dupont Circle, NW, Suite 530, Washington, DC 20036, 202-887-6791).
Learn more about CCNE accreditation.
Our competency-based approach to education is also an ideal match for experienced healthcare professionals like you with extensive real-world experience. At WGU, you earn your degree by demonstrating skills and knowledge in subject areas through a series of assessments. If you already possess these competencies, you can complete your assessments more quickly. With the guidance of a knowledgeable mentor, you’ll be able to earn your health master’s degree online, on your schedule, and on your budget.
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