Master of Science in Nursing

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Mas·ter of Sci·ence in Nur·sing

(MSN) (mas'tĕr sī'ĕns nŭrs'ing)
A degree granted after a prescribed graduate program of nursing education.
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American Sentinel University, an online school, announced today that it is offering a direct Registered Nurse (RN) to Masters of Science in Nursing (MSN) degree option for the registered nurse with an associate's degree in nursing and at least two years of experience.
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