Features of the MSN Program
Anderson University provides graduate education that is:
- Student oriented – small enough for students to receive individualized attention but large enough to have expert faculty with impressive credentials and practical experience.
- Christian in character while accepting of individuals from all faith traditions.
- Committed to the educational values of service, student/employer success, and academic excellence.
- Accepting of applicable transfer credits.
- Designed around the cohort model to build support networks where students share experiences and become advocates for one another.
- Easy enrollment procedures.
- Named one of the best colleges in the Midwest by The Princeton Review.
- Accredited by the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education (CCNE).
- Conducive to working adults – one night per week for most classes, summer classes, manageable work load.
- Convenient, utilizing a hybrid program that incorporates face-to-face classes as well as some online coursework.
- Encouraging of faculty-student relationships. Faculty are readily available for phone or office consultation.
- Cost competitive with other public and private universities.
- Accelerated — nursing curriculum can be completed in as little as 16 months.