TROY’s online Master’s of Science in Nursing ranked among the best by The Princeton Review

The Princeton Review is the latest to recognize TROY's online MSN program as among the nation's best.

The Princeton Review is the latest to recognize TROY's online MSN program as among the nation's best.

Troy University’s online Master of Science in Nursing program has been recognized as one of the best in the country by The Princeton Review.

TROY’s MSN program was one of 189 to be recognized in the “Best Online Nursing School Master’s Programs for 2024” rankings. A leading tutoring, test preparation and college admissions services company, The Princeton Review has been listing colleges and universities annually in various categories for 32 years utilizing student feedback, combined with data collected on each college or university.

“The School of Nursing is incredibly honored and proud to be recognized by The Princeton Review for ranking us among best online nursing school master’s programs for 2024,” said Dr. Wade Forehand, Professor and Director of TROY’s School of Nursing. “This ranking further provides a testament to the dedication and hard work by our amazing faculty and staff. The MSN program is committed to providing graduate students with both a rigorous and quality learning experience to meet the needs of the healthcare industry.”

Offering tracks in Family Nurse Practitioner (FNP) and Healthcare Informatics and Nursing Leadership, TROY’s MSN program is aimed at preparing students for advanced practice or leadership roles in nursing.

The FNP track is the best MSN degree for nurses looking to work directly with patients. Focusing on health assessment, primary care skills, pharmacology and pathophysiology, this option prepares students for advanced clinical practice with patients in clinics, health departments, doctor’s offices and urgent care centers.

The healthcare informatics and nursing leadership track focuses on technology, policy and administration in nursing. Students learn to use data analytics tools, health information systems, electronic health records, telemedicine and other technologies to improve healthcare on a systemic level. They also gain business, communication and leadership skills, learning to manage organizations strategically, ethically and efficiently.

The Princeton Review’s ranking is the most recent recognition received by the University’s School of Nursing. The University’s online graduate nursing programs ranked 49th nationally in U.S. News and World Report’s 2024 Best Online Degree Programs ranking. ranked TROY’s Master of Science in Nursing program 4th among its Most Affordable Online MSN programs and its Doctor of Nursing Practice program 7th in its Affordable Online DNP program rankings.