College of Health Professions


Department of Nursing

Graduate Programs

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The Department of Nursing offers the Master of Science in nursing. This program prepares graduates to assume key roles in the delivery of health care to individuals and families within a community-based nursing practice. All students complete the Graduate Nursing Core and, in addition, select a concentration for further study: Nursing Education or Clinician- Administrator Transition.

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Graduate certificates are available in Nursing Education and Clinician-Administrator Transition. Participants study with students in the respective master's degree concentrations. Upon completion of either of the 15-unit certificate programs, students may wish to pursue additional graduate study and apply the units to the M.S. degree.

 

Department of Nursing
Linthicum Hall, Room 301 (map)

Hours: Monday - Friday, 8:30 a.m. - 5 p.m.


Program Director: Kathleen T. Ogle, Ph.D., RN, FNP-BC

Phone: 410-704-4389

E-mail: kogle@towson.edu



 

 

 


"Towson University's graduate program in Nursing Education is allowing experienced nurses to develop the necessary skills for leadership positions in nursing."
- Margaret McCormick

 

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