M.S. in Nursing at Florham
At FDU’s Florham Campus
Clinical Tracks Offered
- Adult Gerontology Nurse Practitioner (30 credits)
- Family Psychiatric/Mental Health Nurse Practitioner (42 credits)
Through FDU’s Master of Science in Nursing (MSN) program, you can acquire the skills and advanced training you need to deliver specialized care as a nurse practitioner in a high-demand health care field. Earning your MSN credentials can also develop your leadership skills, broaden your career options and lead to greater responsibilities and a higher salary.
- Flexible evening classes accommodate the busy professional schedules of working nurses
- Taught by a practice-active and doctorally-prepared faculty to give students the latest innovations, theory and best practices
- Small classes for maximum interaction, networking, mentoring and personal attention
- Includes traditional classroom lectures, simulated experiences and clinical training
- Innovative part-time and full-time options offer the opportunity to complete degree studies in as little as 2 years
- Located on FDU’s beautiful and secure Florham Campus near Madison, NJ, with ample parking
- Professionals who already hold an MSN degree can also earn a post-master’s certification in the featured clinical tracks.
- Graduation from an accredited BSN program
- Undergraduate GPA of 3.0 or higher
- Courses in statistics and nursing research at the undergraduate level
- NJ Registered Nurse licensure
- A minimum of 1 year clinical nursing experience
- Proficiency in spoken and written English
- A course in health assessment is required for all nurse practitioner tracks and strongly recommended for non clinical tracks
- Two letters of recommendation
- Personal interview may be required
For More Information
The Master of Science in Nursing Program at the Florham Campus prepares individuals as Adult Gerontology and Family Psychiatric / Mental Health Nurse Practitioners.
For admission information, contact:
To meet with a faculty member and tour the facilities at the Florham Campus, please contact:
Dr. Marycarol Rossignol
Nursing Programs at Florham
About FDU’s Henry P. Becton School of Nursing and Allied Health
FDU has a long and distinguished tradition of excellence in nursing education spanning six decades. Our more than 2,100 alumni are making a difference every day on the front lines of health care in hospitals, clinics, community agencies and private practices. Their ranks include nurse leaders in education, health care and government, where they are helping to shape policy, conduct research and introduce innovations.
Our quality and respected nursing programs are accredited by the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education (CCNE) and approved by the New Jersey State Board of Nursing.