Welcome to the Graduate Program webpage for Brenau University. The Graduate program at Brenau University prepares students for the complexities of health care for the 21stcentury. The MSN programs seek to educate students in a caring environment providing opportunities for collaboration, communication, role competency, advocacy, leadership, and presence. The Graduate Program prepares graduate students in three major tracks: Family Nurse Practitioner, Nurse Educator, and Nurse Leader/Manager. As a graduate of the program the student will: develop role competency, demonstrate scholarly communication and apply evidence-based decision making.
Brenau University offers a unique experience in small cohorts, which provide students opportunity to collaborate with faculty and fellow graduate students. The program is structured in a hybrid format.
If you would like information on the graduate program please contact Dr. Jean Moore at 678.707.6414 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Core Outcomes for the Graduate Major in Nursing
- 1. Demonstrate role competency in a chosen specialty.
- 2. Demonstrate scholarly communication.
- 3. Apply evidence-based decision making.
To apply to any of the graduate nursing programs please go to Brenau Admissions
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For more information click on the degree level of your interest