Master of Science in Nursing
Take the next step in your career by applying for the Online MSN program at AHU. Our application process is simple and a member of our enrollment team can answer any questions you have at any point during your application.
Administration/Leadership & Education Tracks
Refer to Important Deadlines page
Family Nurse Practitioner Track
Fall 2021: May 1, 2021
Spring 2022: August 1, 2021
Admission to the MSN program is open to registered nurses with either an ASN or BSN. If you have an ASN, you might need to take bridge or prerequisite courses before you begin taking classes in the MSN program.
Our sample course plans give you an idea of the classes you might need to take.
Requirements for admission to the MSN program:
- Application and fee
- Minimum 3.0 GPA
- Current, unencumbered RN license
Additional requirements for admission to the MSN-FNP Track:
- Minimum 3.0 GPA (nursing and overall cumulative)
- Minimum of 2 years of direct patient care within the past 5 years
- Applicants selected for consideration for admission into the MSN-FNP track will also have to complete a live/virtual face-to-face interview
State of Residence Considerations
AdventHealth University currently cannot enroll students who are residents of the following states/districts into the MSN Family Nurse Practitioner track: Indiana, Kansas, Louisiana, Nebraska, New Mexico, New York, Pennsylvania, South Carolina, Tennessee, Wisconsin.
AdventHealth University currently cannot enroll students who are residents of the following states/districts into the MSN Administration & Leadership and MSN Education tracks: Tennessee.
Prospective students are highly encouraged to visit their state board’s website for the most updated and accurate information. Note that licensure eligibility determinations are ultimately determined by the appropriate state board that issues the credential to practice.
If you are unsure whether you are eligible for the MSN program based on your state of residence, please Schedule a Call with our Admissions Coordinator.
Full course descriptions and detailed curriculum information are available via our Academic Catalog.
This Student Handbook is essential to your understanding of the University’s and Department of Nursing’s expectations of you as a student and provides you with a structure for success in our online learning environment. If you have any questions about the policies and procedures listed, please contact the Vice Chair for Online Nursing at (407) 303-8769.
Download 2020-2021 Student Handbook
Transfer credits are not done automatically for graduate-level courses. If you feel you have completed a course that is equivalent, you will be required to submit a course syllabus for each course. Courses to be considered must be taken within the previous 5 years from a regionally accredited institution, and you must have earned a “B” or better in the course.
All requests must be approved by the respective department chair. An Admissions Coordinator can answer any additional questions you have about transferring credits.
To learn more about tuition costs and fees, visit our Tuition page. A variety of financial aid options, including local, national, and AHU scholarships, are available.
We encourage you to reach out to your current employer to learn if they offer tuition assistance. AdventHealth employees can find information on tuition assistance HERE.
AHU is committed to helping our students succeed from the very start. To learn more about how to apply for the MSN program, contact us now.
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