Best Online Master’s in Nursing Programs of 2021

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Online master's in nursing programs prepare graduates for several healthcare careers, including nurse administrator, nurse educator, and clinical nurse leader. Careers in this field are in high demand, as the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) projects 45% job growth for nurse anesthetists, nurse midwives, and nurse practitioners between 2019 and 2029.

This page explores the best online master's in nursing programs. Readers can learn what to expect from a master's in nursing, including sample classes and potential career options. Details vary by program, and prospective students should always research specific programs before applying.

What Are the Best Online Master's in Nursing Programs of 2021? Here Are Our Top 10:

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#1 Johns Hopkins University Baltimore, MD
#2 University of Central Florida Orlando, FL
#3 Georgetown University Washington, DC
#4 Ohio State University Columbus, OH
#5 George Washington University Washington, DC
#6 Appalachian State University Boone, NC
#7 The University of Alabama Tuscaloosa, AL
#8 Georgia Southern University Statesboro, GA
#9 The University of West Florida Pensacola, FL
#10 University of Arkansas Fayetteville, AR
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2021 Best Accredited Online Master's in Nursing Programs

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Johns Hopkins University View School Profile Baltimore, MD

In Johns Hopkins's 35-credit online master's in nursing program, students specialize in organizational leadership, taking classes in biostatistics, organizational culture, and healthcare finance. They also complete more than 500 clinical hours and qualify for various nurse executive certifications. Johns Hopkins also offers an MBA and MSN dual degree.

The program starts in the fall, and online classes run primarily asynchronously through seven-week or 14-week sessions. Prospective students need a BSN with a minimum 3.0 GPA and a valid nursing license. Applicants also need an undergraduate statistics prerequisite course, which they can complete prior to starting the nursing program.

This online MSN is accredited by the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education.


Program Snapshot

  • Program Name: Master of science in nursing
  • School Status: Private
  • Tuition: $1,738/credit
  • Credit Requirements: 35 credits
  • Program Length: 18 months
  • Format: 100% online
  • Instruction Style: Primarily asynchronous

Admission Requirements

  • GPA: 3.0 minimum
  • Standardized Tests: Optional

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University of Central Florida View School Profile Orlando, FL

UCF's online master's in nursing offers three specializations: nursing leadership and management, nurse educator, and nursing and healthcare simulation. These tracks require 31-36 credits, and students may take courses in topics, such as legal and professional behavior, healthcare informatics, and organizational dynamics. Learners also complete an evidence-based clinical assignment and more than 300 clinical hours.

Programs start in the spring and fall, and most online classes run asynchronously throughout 16-week semesters. Prospective students need a valid nursing license and a BSN. Applicants can earn admission with an unrelated bachelor's degree if they complete nine additional nursing credits.

UCF's online MSN is accredited by the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education.


Program Snapshot

  • Program Name: Master of science in nursing
  • School Status: Public
  • Tuition: $327/credit in-state; $1,152/credit out-of-state
  • Credit Requirements: 31-36 credits
  • Program Length: 5-7 semesters
  • Format: 100% Online
  • Instruction Style: Primarily asynchronous

Admission Requirements

  • GPA: Varies
  • Standardized Tests: Varies

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Georgetown University View School Profile Washington, DC

Providing nursing education since 1903, Georgetown now offers an online master's in nursing with several tracks, including adult-gerontology acute care nurse practitioner, family nurse practitioner, women's health nurse practitioner, and nurse-midwifery. All students take core courses in advanced health assessment and family crisis care.

Georgetown's nursing program requires over 600 clinical hours, which online learners can take at over 3,700 locations across the country. Students also participate in clinical intensives in Washington, D.C., during which they engage in simulations and technical training exercises. Prospective students need a BSN with a minimum 3.0 GPA and a valid nursing license.

Georgetown's online MSN program is accredited by the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education.


Program Snapshot

  • Program Name: Master of science in nursing
  • School Status: Private
  • Tuition: $2,065/credit
  • Credit Requirements: 40-49 credits
  • Program Length: 23-27 months
  • Format: 100% Online
  • Instruction Style: Synchronous

Admission Requirements

  • GPA: 3.0 minimum
  • Standardized Tests: Optional

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Ohio State University View School Profile Columbus, OH

Ohio State's online master's in nursing features four specializations, including family nurse practitioner, neonatal nurse practitioner, psychiatric mental health nurse practitioner, and clinical nurse leader. Courses include pathophysiology of altered health states and neuroscience, and all specialities require approximately 500 clinical hours.

Online courses run in the fall, spring, and summer. Students can typically meet clinical requirements at a location near them. However, distance learners may need to attend on-campus residencies for clinical skill evaluation. Prospective students need a BSN with a minimum 3.0 GPA and an unencumbered nursing license.

Ohio State's online MSN is accredited by the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education.


Program Snapshot

  • Program Name: Master of science in nursing
  • School Status: Public
  • Tuition: $7,780/semester in-state; $7,980/semester out-of-state
  • Credit Requirements: 42-63 credits
  • Program Length: Two years
  • Format: 100% Online
  • Instruction Style: Synchronous and asynchronous

Admission Requirements

  • GPA: 3.0
  • Standardized Tests: Optional

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George Washington University View School Profile Washington, DC

In GW's online master's in nursing, learners choose from six professional tracks, including adult-gerontology nurse practitioner, family nurse practitioner, nurse-midwifery, and nursing leadership and management. Each specialization features a unique curriculum, but all students complete core courses like healthcare economics and genetics for healthcare providers. They also complete 600-700 clinical hours.

Programs start in the spring and fall, and most courses run online, except for the practical training within GW simulation centers. Each degree begins and ends with an on-campus skills assessment. Prospective students need valid nursing licensure and a BSN with a minimum 3.0 GPA.

GW's online MSN is accredited by the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education.


Program Snapshot

  • Program Name: Master of science in nursing
  • School Status: Private
  • Tuition: $1,395/credit
  • Credit Requirements: 36-50 credits
  • Program Length: 2-3 years
  • Format: Hybrid
  • Instruction Style: Synchronous and asynchronous

Admission Requirements

  • GPA: 3.0 minimum
  • Standardized Tests: GMAT or GRE

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Appalachian State University View School Profile Boone, NC

Students in Appalachian's online master's in nursing specialize as nurse educators and take courses in instructional strategies and educational tests and measuring. They also complete a thesis or research project and multiple practica, including a 120-hour specialized nursing education clinical.

Appalachian's online classes run through the spring, summer, and fall for full or half semesters. Learners can complete all coursework online and use the university's on-campus nursing simulation labs. Prospective students need a BSN with a minimum 3.5 GPA and valid nursing license.

Appalachian's online MSN is accredited by the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education.


Program Snapshot

  • Program Name: Master of science in nursing
  • School Status: Public
  • Tuition: $266/credit in-state; $925/credit out-of-state
  • Credit Requirements: 39 credits
  • Program Length: Two years
  • Format: 100% Online
  • Instruction Style: Synchronous and asynchronous

Admission Requirements

  • GPA: 3.5 minimum
  • Standardized Tests: GMAT or GRE

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The University of Alabama View School Profile Tuscaloosa, AL

UA's online master's in nursing allows students to specialize in various disciplines, such as nursing education, family nurse practitioner, and psychiatric mental health nurse practitioner. Learners may take courses in population health and healthcare policy and finance. Most programs offer an optional thesis track and a 540-hour clinical practicum.

Incoming students can start in the fall, spring, and summer and study full or part time. Prospective students need a BSN with a minimum 3.0 GPA and valid nursing licensure. UA also offers a dual concentration, which increases credit requirements and doubles clinical requirements.

UA's online MSN is accredited by the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education.


Program Snapshot

  • Program Name: Master of science in nursing
  • School Status: Public
  • Tuition: $420/credit
  • Credit Requirements: 33-51 credits
  • Program Length: 1-3 years
  • Format: 100% Online
  • Instruction Style: Synchronous and asynchronous

Admission Requirements

  • GPA: 3.0 minimum
  • Standardized Tests: Optional

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Georgia Southern University View School Profile Statesboro, GA

Georgia Southern's online master's in nursing offers specializations in chronic care management and nursing education. Along with concentration coursework, students take core classes in epidemiology, differential diagnosis, and biomedical ethics. Learners also complete 360 clinical hours.

The program delivers most coursework asynchronously throughout the spring, summer, and fall. However, nursing programs require some live online sessions throughout the year. Furthermore, students must attend 2-3 days of on-campus learning.

Prospective students need a BSN degree with a minimum 3.0 GPA, valid nursing licensure, and one year of professional experience.

Georgia Southern's online MSN is accredited by the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education.


Program Snapshot

  • Program Name: Master of science in nursing
  • School Status: Public
  • Tuition: $277/credit
  • Credit Requirements: 36 credits
  • Program Length: Less than two years
  • Format: 100% Online
  • Instruction Style: Synchronous and asynchronous

Admission Requirements

  • GPA: 3.0 minimum
  • Standardized Tests: Optional

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The University of West Florida View School Profile Pensacola, FL

UWF's online master's in nursing serves registered nurses looking to complete their graduate degree. The RN-to-MSN program requires 59 credits overall, including 20 BSN credits, 12 crossover credits, 11 core MSN credits, and 16 credits in nursing education or nurse executive tracks. Learners can also earn an MSN in family nurse practitioner, which includes a 600-hour practicum.

UWF's online degrees start multiple times a year, and classes run through eight-week sessions. Prospective RN-to-MSN students need an unencumbered nursing license and a nursing degree or diploma with a minimum 3.25 GPA. The family nurse practitioner MSN requires a BSN with a minimum 3.0 GPA.

UWF's online MSN programs are accredited by the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education.


Program Snapshot

  • Program Name: Master of science in nursing
  • School Status: Public
  • Tuition: $282/credit for BSN courses and $425-$500/credit for MSN courses
  • Credit Requirements: 45-59 credits
  • Program Length: 2.5-4 years
  • Format: 100% Online
  • Instruction Style: Primarily asynchronous

Admission Requirements

  • GPA: 3.0-3.25 minimum
  • Standardized Tests: Optional

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University of Arkansas View School Profile Fayetteville, AR

U of A's students can complete an online master's in nursing in under two years. In addition to core classes in pharmacotherapeutics and innovation in healthcare, learners complete nursing education courses in methods of assessment and evaluation and curriculum design. They also complete a practicum and choose between thesis and non-thesis tracks.

U of A's online classes typically run through eight-week blocks in the spring and fall, with more condensed sessions available during the summer and intersessions. Prospective students need valid nursing licensure, a BSN, and a minimum 3.0 GPA.

U of A's online MSN is accredited by the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education.


Program Snapshot

  • Program Name: Master of science in nursing
  • School Status: Public
  • Tuition: $574/credit in-state; $1,557/credit out-of-state
  • Credit Requirements: 39 credits
  • Program Length: Four semesters
  • Format: 100% Online
  • Instruction Style: Synchronous and asynchronous

Admission Requirements

  • GPA: 3.0 minimum
  • Standardized Tests: GMAT or GRE

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University of Louisiana at Monroe View School Profile Monroe, LA

ULM offers an online master's in nursing with three main specializations, including gerontological clinical nurse leader, adult-gerontology primary care nurse practitioner, and family nurse practitioner. Students take courses, such as the biology of aging and quality improvement and patient safety, along with a practicum that requires 429-640 hours.

Incoming students can begin the program on five annual start dates, and online classes run through eight-week sessions. Prospective students need valid nursing licensure, two years of nursing experience, and a BSN with a minimum 2.8 GPA.

ULM's online MSN is accredited by the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education.


Program Snapshot

  • Program Name: Master of science in nursing
  • School Status: Public
  • Tuition: $366/credit
  • Credit Requirements: 38-40 credits
  • Program Length: 20 months
  • Format: 100% Online
  • Instruction Style: Synchronous and asynchronous

Admission Requirements

  • GPA: 2.8 minimum
  • Standardized Tests: GRE

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University of North Dakota View School Profile Grand Forks, ND

With decades of experience in nursing distance education, UND offers an online master's in nursing with two concentrations: psychiatric-mental health nurse practitioner and family nurse practitioner. The program features core courses like health promotion and evidence for practice, along with 27 credits of concentration coursework.

Degree-seekers choose from three start dates, and classes run through seven-week or 14-week sessions. Learners can complete clinical requirements at a location nearest them. Prospective students need a BSN with a minimum 3.0 GPA, valid nursing licensure, and one year of nursing experience.

UND's online MSN is accredited by the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education.


Program Snapshot

  • Program Name: Master of science in nursing
  • School Status: Public
  • Tuition: $784/credit
  • Credit Requirements: 49 credits
  • Program Length: Less than two years
  • Format: 100% Online
  • Instruction Style: Synchronous and asynchronous

Admission Requirements

  • GPA: 3.0
  • Standardized Tests: Optional

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Michigan State University View School Profile East Lansing, MI

MSU offers several nursing master's programs, including an online master's in nursing with an adult-gerontology clinical nurse specialization. The 54-credit curriculum includes courses in wellness promotion and clinical epidemiology, plus a practicum of more than 600 clinical hours. Students can also complete a hybrid BSN-to-MSN degree in approximately three years.

Online programs run throughout the fall, spring, and summer semesters. MSU delivers most coursework asynchronously, although some programs require synchronous sessions. Prospective students need valid nursing licensure and a BSN with a minimum 3.0 GPA.

MSU's online MSN is accredited by the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education.


Program Snapshot

  • Program Name: Master of science in nursing
  • School Status: Public
  • Tuition: $43,551 total
  • Credit Requirements: 54 credits
  • Program Length: Two years
  • Format: 100% Online
  • Instruction Style: Synchronous and asynchronous

Admission Requirements

  • GPA: 3.0 minimum
  • Standardized Tests: Optional

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New Mexico State University View School Profile Las Cruces, NM

NMSU's online master's in nursing features a nursing leadership and administration specialization. Students take courses in finance, human resources, and innovation in healthcare organizations, along with more than 100 hours of clinical work across five full-time semesters. Learners can also pursue online graduate certificates in family nurse practitioner and psychiatric-mental health nurse practitioner.

Distance learners can study full time or part time and graduate within 2-3 years, taking both asynchronous and synchronous classes. All online learners pay the same tuition rate regardless of where they live. Prospective students need a BSN with a minimum 3.0 GPA and an unencumbered nursing license.

NMSU's online MSN is accredited by the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education.


Program Snapshot

  • Program Name: Master's of science in nursing
  • School Status: Public
  • Tuition: $412/credit
  • Credit Requirements: 31-33 credits
  • Program Length: 2-3 years
  • Format: 100% Online
  • Instruction Style: Synchronous and asynchronous

Admission Requirements

  • GPA: 3.0 minimum
  • Standardized Tests: Optional

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Gonzaga University View School Profile Spokane, WA

Gonzaga's online master's in nursing offers three specializations: nursing leadership in healthcare, family nurse practitioner, and psychiatric mental health nurse practitioner. Students take courses in information technology, contemporary healthcare environment, and human potential. They also complete 660 practicum hours for the nurse practitioner tracks and 180 hours for the nursing leadership specialization.

Core courses last for eight weeks, while specialty courses run in 12-week or 16-week sessions during the fall, spring, and summer. The nurse practitioner tracks feature 5-6 on-campus immersions, while the nursing leadership track features one immersion. Applicants need a BSN with a minimum 3.0 GPA and a valid nursing license.

Gonzaga's online MSN is accredited by the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education.


Program Snapshot

  • Program Name: Master of science in nursing
  • School Status: Private
  • Tuition: $965-$1,070/credit
  • Credit Requirements: 30-47 credits
  • Program Length: 6-9 semesters
  • Format: 100% Online
  • Instruction Style: Asynchronous

Admission Requirements

  • GPA: 3.0 minimum
  • Standardized Tests: Optional

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What Can I Expect From an Online Master's in Nursing Program?

Master's in nursing programs require about 36 credits and take two years to complete. These programs help students take their nursing career to the next level, as graduates can earn leadership positions and administrative roles.

Common concentrations for an online master's in nursing include the following:

These concentrations provide students with advancement opportunities and the chance to enter a more specialized field of medicine.

Master's in nursing programs also help students develop the leadership and managerial abilities necessary for administrative positions within hospitals and other healthcare facilities. To excel, students need excellent organizational, critical thinking, and communication skills.

These programs help students take their nursing career to the next level, as graduates can earn leadership positions and administrative roles.

Most online master's in nursing programs require a practicum. Students must complete supervised clinical hours in a healthcare facility. Programs often require 500-1,000 clinical hours depending on the concentration. Some colleges find placements for their students, while others require students to seek out their own internships at a healthcare facility near them.

Many programs also require a capstone project. Students choose an original healthcare topic and conduct research under the direction of a faculty advisor. Capstone projects often culminate in a written and/or oral presentation.

Admission Requirements for Online Master's in Nursing Programs

Most master's in nursing programs require students to hold an unencumbered registered nursing license for the duration of the program. Online master's in nursing programs also look for applicants with a bachelor's degree in nursing from a program accredited by the Accreditation Commission for Education in Nursing or Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education.

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What Courses Will I Take in an Online Master's in Nursing Program?

Master's in nursing programs cover advanced topics in healthcare practice, law, and ethics. Students learn how to care for different groups of patients, such as infants and the elderly. Most programs also require a capstone project, which may include both a written and oral report on healthcare research topics.

Global Health and Diversity

This course explores healthcare delivery systems, including the financial and social constructs that influence healthcare delivery. Students learn how policy decisions at the federal and local levels can impact access, equity, and efficacy of healthcare outcomes for different populations. This class often uses case studies to demonstrate different healthcare strategies for diverse groups.

Biostatistics

This course teaches learners about data in healthcare. Students learn how statistics can influence healthcare practice, particularly for public health issues. Covered topics include probability theory, confidence interval testing, hypothesis testing, and power and sample size determination. Through projects, students apply these principles to data samples and test the effectiveness of models.

Evidence-Based Practice

Healthcare professionals must rely on evidence to make correct diagnoses. This course builds on undergraduate nursing knowledge to help students translate evidence found in research into real-world methodology. Learners receive practice questions and analyze the relevant research to find the best method of care based on the information available.

Healthcare Quality and Improvement

This class focuses specifically on U.S. healthcare policy at the federal, state, and local levels. Students explore the political and social factors that determine policy outcomes. This class also examines emerging technology in healthcare and improved integration of health information in the healthcare landscape.

Advanced Pathophysiology

Students explore the relationship between normal physiology and alterations in health brought on by injuries and disease. This course focuses specifically on environmental, developmental, and genetic influences; pathogenesis; etiology; and clinical manifestations of major illnesses and health problems. Learners discover how these health problems appear across age groups.

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What Can I Do With an Online Master's in Nursing?

Online master's in nursing programs prepare students for nursing careers in specialized fields like anesthesiology, family practice, and critical care. Career opportunities differ based on location and experience.

Between 2019 and 2029, the BLS projects 45% job growth for several nursing careers that require a master's degree, a rate far higher than the national average. These professionals earned a median annual salary of $115,800 in 2019.

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Nurse Educator

Nurse educators typically work in hospitals and other healthcare facilities. These professionals coordinate with healthcare administrators to provide continuing education courses to nursing staff and other caregivers. Nurse educators can specialize in different areas of medicine or provide general training for common medical procedures and administrative tasks.

Nurse Anesthetist

Nurse anesthetists are advanced practice registered nurses. These professionals assist with medical procedures and surgeries in hospitals and clinics. Nurse anesthetists speak with patients, review patient history, and administer anesthesia. These nurses also monitor patient responses to anesthesia and update patient information.

Critical Care Nurse

Critical care nurses interact with patients in the intensive care unit or emergency room. These specialists work closely with doctors and other nursing staff to monitor patient conditions, diagnose health issues and illnesses, and create successful treatment plans. Critical care nurses often educate patients about their treatment plans.

Family Nurse Practitioners

Family nurse practitioners oversee many of the same responsibilities as family doctors. These healthcare workers examine patients, diagnose injuries and illnesses, and determine treatment methods. Family practice nurses work with patients of all ages, from children to adults. They may serve as primary care providers in clinics and other healthcare facilities.

Nurse Administrator

Nurse administrators work for clinics, healthcare agencies, nursing homes, and in-home health services. These professionals oversee daily operations and staffing decisions, such as hiring and firing. Nurse administrators need excellent communication skills, as they often facilitate communication between employees and upper management.

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Frequently Asked Questions About Master's in Nursing Programs

Is a master's degree in nursing worth it?

Yes. A master's degree in nursing prepares students for advanced nursing positions in hospitals, clinics, nursing homes, and other healthcare agencies. Nurses can advance to management careers, working closely with administrators and nursing staff. A master's degree also teaches nurses advanced skills in diagnosis and treatment of illnesses and injuries.

What can I do with a master's in nursing?

An online master's in nursing opens the door to many careers, including nurse educator and nurse administrator. Nurses can also pursue specialized careers like nurse anesthetist, critical care nurse, and family practice nurse. Professionals with a master's in nursing can oversee staffing decisions and undertake administrative responsibilities in healthcare facilities as well.

How many nursing majors get jobs?

The BLS projects significant job growth for nurses between 2019 and 2029, including 7% growth for registered nurses and 45% growth for nurse anesthetists, nurse midwives, and nurse practitioners.

How much money can I make with a master's in nursing?

Salaries differ based on position, experience, and location. However, nurses with a master's degree typically earn more than their counterparts without a master's in nursing. Nurse anesthetists, nurse midwives, and nurse practitioners earned a median annual salary of $115,800 in 2019, according to the BLS.

What are the highest paying jobs with a master's in nursing? Nurse anesthetists, nurse midwives, and nurse practitioners earned a median annual salary of $115,800 in 2019. Nurse administrators earn an average annual salary of $86,820, while nurse educators earn an average annual salary of $76,290.

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