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M.S. in Nursing (MSN)

Earn Your Master of Science in Nursing

Evolving legislation, rising costs and meeting the demands of an aging population are just a few of the challenges that contribute to the increasing complexity of the healthcare industry. As a registered nurse with a Master of Science in Nursing (MSN), you will be better prepared to meet the demand for quality patient care and advanced leadership in healthcare.  

Take the Next Step

As a graduate-level nursing student at Franklin University, you’ll build on the knowledge and competencies you gained at the bachelor’s level. Throughout the MSN program you will strengthen your critical thinking and problem-solving skills in order to coordinate healthcare programs in a time of ongoing reform. 

Complete Your Degree in 18 Months

Master of Science in Nursing

As a branch campus of Franklin University, Urbana University is proud to collaborate in the launch of a new Master of Science in Nursing. Designed for registered nurses who have already earned a Bachelor of Science in Nursing, the program features online coursework and a 12-week onsite clinical experience.

Learn more about the MSN program, including admission requirements and tuition information. 


Earn an MSN that Meets Your Needs

As part of Franklin’s commitment to providing a relevant education, you’ll be exposed to current and emerging technologies. You’ll consistently merge coursework with your existing knowledge in order to develop a theoretical basis to guide your practice to promote high quality, effective, patient-centered care. The master's degree program in nursing at Franklin University is accredited by the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education ( 

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