Your best option.
Our master’s degree program is one of only a few graduate-entry M.S.N. tracks in Ohio.
Do you want to become a registered nurse, but your undergraduate degree is in a different area of study? No problem.
The University of Toledo’s master’s degree track is designed specifically for students with non-nursing bachelor’s degrees. We have had students with degrees in biology, engineering and music enroll in our Graduate-Entry M.S.N. track.
UToledo’s Graduate-Entry Master of Science in Nursing track allows you to earn your M.S.N. while qualifying to sit for the registered nurse national council licensure (NCLEX-RN) exam. The track can be completed full or part time.
Advanced technology. Gain hands-on experience in advanced medical facilities on our Health Science Campus, home to the College of Nursing and the UToledo Medical Center. UToledo’s M.S.N. graduate students have access to the latest educational and health-care technology in UToledo’s Interprofessional Immersive Simulation Center, including:
Collaborative learning environment. UToledo's goal is to improve clinical outcomes and reduce health-care costs for patients. That's why students from 12 health-care professional programs — including the graduate-entry M.S.N. track — participate in UToledo’s interprofessional education (IPE) program. Students work together and learn from, with and about each other.
Service projects and mission trips. Help communities while gaining hands-on experience. Graduate-entry M.S.N. students have:
Our graduates are generalists focused on improving patient outcomes in hospital and clinical settings. With an M.S.N. and an RN license, you will be well prepared to enter the workforce.
Graduate-entry M.S.N. students gain a variety of skills and knowledge in evidence-based health-care practices and techniques. UToledo’s nursing curriculum is a combination of theory classes and clinical experiences.
Graduate-entry M.S.N. students work with patients in state-of-the-art medical facilities in the Toledo area, including:
Students in the graduate-entry M.S.N. program work with a variety of patients, including: