Graduate Nursing at North Park University
The graduate and post-graduate nursing programs are designed to fully prepare nurses for the transformations that will shape the future of health care delivery. These programs prepare professionals for an advanced nursing role, to provide leadership in health care and in the nursing profession, and to participate in the formulation and refinement of nursing science.
Important Dates and Information:
- Application deadline for Summer 2013 term: May 1, 2013
- Application deadline for Fall 2013 term: August 7, 2013.
- In Spring 2013, the School of Nursing will be holding classes at the Northwest Community Hospital in Arlington Heights. Learn more.
- Face-to-face invaluable education; small classes taught by expert faculty who take a personal interest in each student
- Part-time program; evening classes offered in Chicago and Arlington Heights campuses once a week
- Generous scholarships available for qualified graduate applicants who have a higher than 3.3 cumulative GPA (on a scale of 4.0) from their complete BSN degree
Master of Science (MS) with a Major in Nursing
Choose from the following concentrations:
Dual Master’s Degrees
This option is only for students in the MS program with a leadership and management concentration. In addition to the courses required in this graduate nursing pogram, students need to complete 24 credits in the program of their interest from the School of Business and Nonprofit Management (SBNM). For further information on the dual degree of your choice, please contact Viviana Belisle.
- Master of Business Administration (MBA)
- Master of Management (MM)
- Master of Nonprofit Administration (MNA)
Post-Master’s Certificate Programs
Choose from two areas of specialization:
Certificate in Faith and Health
Offered through North Park Theological Seminary: