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 Carolina Nursing is delighted to announce the coming of a new curriculum to its Master of Science in Nursing program beginning in the fall of 2020.

The Master of Science in Nursing at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill offers nurses a program that prepares them for advanced practice roles in today’s complex health care systems.

As part of a cutting-edge, research-intensive university with top-ranked schools of nursing, medicine, public health, pharmacy, dentistry and social work located within steps of each other and adjacent to the renowned UNC Hospitals, the School of Nursing provides a diverse, energetic and collegial environment for participating in world-class interprofessional education, scientific inquiry and practice opportunities.

Carolina’s highly sought-after faculty prepare the MSN student to provide and manage care for patients — individually and in groups — with emphases on understanding the clinical progression of patients, care transitions and processes, evidence-based practice, and quality improvement and patient safety.

Carolina Nursing’s MSN program offers two available pathways for study:

Carolina Nursing also offers Post-Graduate Certificate Programs, which provide additional preparation in an advanced area that the applicant’s original MSN program did not include.