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MSU’s College of Nursing offers a bachelor’s of science in nursing, a master’s of science in nursing and a doctor of nursing practice degree. Undergraduate students complete their upper level coursework at one of the college’s five campus sites in Billings, Bozeman, Great Falls, Kalispell or Missoula ensuring each student is able to complete more than 1,000 hours of clinical learning experiences in a variety of settings. All campuses offer the latest simulation technology to create scenarios students may encounter in practice. MSU boasts the only publicly funded graduate nursing program in the state. 

 

Degree Programs and Tracks

BSN - Bachelor of Science in Nursing (Traditional)

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ABSN - Bachelor of Science in Nursing (Accelerated)

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MN - Master of Nursing (BSN to MN)

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MN - Master of Nursing (ADRN to MN)

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DNP - Doctor of Nursing Practice (Family)

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DNP - Doctor of Nursing Practice (Psych/Mental Health)

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DNP - Doctor of Nursing Practice (MSN to DNP)

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Certificate in Nursing Education