Master of Science in Nursing (MSN)

Ranked by U.S. News & World Report in the top 10 percent of Master of Science in Nursing (MSN) programs nationwide, the George Washington University School of Nursing offers a unique learning experience through a combination of online courses, in-person training in simulation centers and faculty that are industry leaders. Emerging as the leader in policy, GW Nursing’s leadership, faculty and students have impact on global policy decisions that improve health care for underserved communities.

GW Nursing offers a progressive MSN program that blends online learning with in-person training on campus.

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Online Learning

These specialties are delivered online for the most part, with some on-campus experiences for testing and training.

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Flexible Format

Some specialties require you to complete a set number of clinical hours to complete the curriculum.

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Exceptional Faculty

Our faculty members are nationally recognized leaders in nursing who actively engage and inspire students to improve global health care for all.

Program Options 

Who Should Apply

If you have a bachelor’s degree and wish to expand your knowledge and skills in nursing, our Master of Science in Nursing program might be a good fit for you.

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The on-campus portion of the program is invaluable. You get to network and interact with your colleagues, see live demonstrations of assessment skills, and ask the faculty any clarifying questions you may have.

Courtney Reed

Family Nurse Practitioner MSN student


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