As the demand for nurses continues to grow, Troy University is expanding its online nursing programs to meet the needs of healthcare workers.
This spring, the School of Nursing will enroll students in its Master of Science in Nursing (MSN) and Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP) programs.
Both programs have an application deadline of November 1st. Students who are looking to advance their careers in the nursing field are invited to apply. Students who hold a Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) and an active nursing license can choose either program to achieve their goals.
The MSN program offers two options for students: Family Nurse Practitioner, Healthcare Informatics and Nursing Leadership.
Family Nurse Practitioner: In the state of Alabama, nurse practitioners are given the option to partner with a physician and operate in a clinical setting. This growing and essential job is a great option for nurses who desire to practice in the clinical setting.
Healthcare Informatics and Nursing Leadership: This track is the perfect fit for nurses who desire a charge nurse or administrative position. It offers a great blend of hands-on bedside care and the data-driven leadership that is essential for great management.
The Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP) program has two tracks: the post-baccalaureate track and the post-masters track. Within those two tracks, there are two specialties Family Nurse Practitioner and Nursing Leadership. The program is designed to prepare you for multiple different roles such as clinical practice, director of clinical programs, executive positions in healthcare organizations, and faculty positions.
For students who want to enter the teaching realm, Troy University School of Nursing is a recipient of the Nurse Faculty Loan Program. In exchange for full-time employment as nurse faculty, up to 85 percent of student loans will be canceled. The University’s goal is to aid students in overcoming financial barriers to pursue their careers.
Troy University’s School of Nursing is committed to helping students achieve their nursing career goals. The staff and faculty work closely with students to help them succeed academically and gain hands-on experience in the nursing field. As the Nov. 1 application deadline approaches, now is the perfect time to begin pursuing your MSN to DNP degree. Spring semester classes begin on January 10, 2024.
For more information, please visit the website at www.troy.edu or inquire or apply today at enroll.troy.edu.