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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2006: Master of Nursing, University of New Brunswick
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He received his undergraduate Bachelor of Science in Nursing degree from Nicholls State University and his Master of Nursing and Doctor of Nursing Science from Louisiana State University Medical Center.
Next month, the university will graduate 97 Bachelor and Master of Nursing students, bringing its alumni total to more than 700 nurses working in all facets of Qatar's healthcare systems.
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UCQ will accept applicants for its four-year Bachelor of Nursing programme and two-year Master of Nursing programme until March 1, 2018.
Additional Education: Master of Nursing, University of Ottawa, 2006; Nursing & Health Care Leadership/ Management Program, MacMaster University, 2002; Certificate in personnel administration, Universite de Moncton, 1998; Certified Diabetes Educator, The Canadian Diabetes Educators Certification Board, 1993; Bachelor of Nursing, Universite de Moncton, 1992.
Therefore, I enrolled in the Master of Nursing Thesis program at the University of Calgary in 2010.
MSU also offers an individualized post-master's certificate option for nurses who already hold a Master of Nursing degree and desire to practice as a FPMHNP.
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