North Park has served five generations of students and continues to grow in diversity, academic relevance, and Christian commitment. Our Chicago location is a great asset that reflects the School’s global reach and outlook.
After 125 years, we’ve learned how to streamline the process of helping qualified applicants seek admission to North Park and find affordable ways to attend. If you don’t see what you’re looking for on our website, please contact us directly!
North Park offers more than 40 graduate and undergraduate programs in liberal arts, sciences, and professional studies. Classes average 17 students. 84% of our faculty have terminal degrees. Academics here are rigorous and results-oriented.
North Park Theological Seminary prepares you to answer the call to service through theological study, spiritual development, and the formative experiences of living in a community with others on a similar life path.
The Office of Alumni Relations fosters lifelong connections by engaging alumni with the university and one another in activities, programs, and services that support the university’s mission and alumni needs.
Master of Science in Nursing Student Learning Outcomes
Integrate core scientific and ethical principles, advanced nursing knowledge, professional values, and clinical excellence in master’s level nursing practice that reflects the Christian principles of the philosophy of the School of Nursing.
Apply leadership skills in the design, coordination, delivery, and evaluation of safe and high quality patient care.
Plan quality improvement initiatives to improve health outcomes.
Apply evidence-based approaches to guide master’s level nursing practice.
Use information systems and technology to support practice.
Advocate for policies to improve the health of the public and the profession of nursing.
Demonstrate effective communication with interprofessional partners to improve the health of individuals and populations.
Plan, deliver, and evaluate effective, culturally-responsive care to improve individual and population-based health outcomes with intentional emphasis on urban environments.
Design strategies for lifelong learning that incorporate professional nursing standards and accountability for practice.