Colorado Nursing Schools
Master of Science in Nursing Program
A Master of Science in Nursing Program prepares nurses to take on advanced roles in the field of healthcare. Graduates of this program can opt for becoming Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetists (CRNAs), Nurse Consultants or Nurse Educators. The program exposes students to a variety of advanced topics in nursing, according to the framework defined by the American Association of Nursing. These topics involve nursing theory, health policy, pharmacology, health assessment and social issues. In addition to that, MSN programs also have mandatory clinical components. The program can take 1.5 to 2 years to complete, depending on the institute’s requirements and your area of specialization.