Master's of Science in Nursing (MSN) Degree

Considering enhancing your nursing education? Earning your Master's of Science in Nursing (MSN) could open the door to nearly limitless possibilities in the nursing field and beyond! We've got information on why earning an MSN degree is a smart choice.

APRN (NP, CNM & CRNA) Salary
$123,780 per year, $59.51 per hour
Source: BLS
How Long Does it Take to Earn Your MSN?
2-6 Years
Source: BLS

How to Earn Your MSN Degree

Explore our step-by-step guide to earning your Master’s of Science in Nursing degree. MSN Nursing Degree Guide

How to Go from RN to MSN

Are you a Registered Nurse (RN) looking to advance your career with a Master of Science in Nursing degree? It’s easier than you think! Find out how. RN to MSN Guide

How to Choose Between an MSN and a DNP Degree

Choosing an MSN or DNP largely depends on your ultimate career goals — here’s a guide to help you decide which degree is right for you. MSN vs. DNP - Which is Better?

Advantages And Drawbacks Of Getting A Master's Degree in Nursing (MSN)

Pursuing an MSN is a big investment of money, time, and effort, here's what you need to know to figure out if it's the right move for you. Pros & Cons to an MSN Degree

Highest Paying Jobs for MSN Nurses

MSN-educated nurses tend to earn a higher salary, but how much you make varies widely depending on what you choose to specialize in. Find out the highest paying jobs for nurses with an MSN. Top Paying Jobs for MSN Nurses

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