Master of Science: Nursing Administration

Master of Science: Nursing Administration

Nursing Administration Online (MS)

SUNY Delhi offers an online program in nursing leading to a Master of Science degree (MS) with a focus on nursing administration. Graduates are prepared to fulfill roles as nurse managers or nurse directors in contemporary healthcare settings. This program draws from the disciplines of nursing, business, and other disciplines to position graduates to assume leadership positions in the complex healthcare environment. In addition to preparing nurses to attain administrative positions, the program also provides an excellent foundation for doctoral studies.

MSN Virtual Information Sessions
All prospective students are invited to attend our weekly online information session to learn more about the online MSN Administration and MSN Education programs at SUNY Delhi School of Nursing. We will discuss the application process, requirements for admission, and program specifics. Please make sure to register for a Zoom account before attempting to log in to the information session.

Where: Zoom Meeting
When: Every Wednesday at 12:15 p.m. and 8 p.m.

If this time does not work, please fill out the Online Nursing Programs Meet and Greet form to set up a private session or phone call with a representative.

Program Highlights

  • GREs are not required
  • Can be completed on a full-time or part-time basis
  • Two 7-week sessions per semester offer flexibility
  • Quality web-supported classes taught by faculty with the highest credentials in the field
  • Affordable SUNY tuition rates
  • Practicum experiences conducted at agencies in the student's community
  • Graduate support services include counseling and tutoring

Graduate support services including:

  • Online enrollment counseling
  • Library resources
  • Tutoring
  • Advisement
  • Technological support

Admission Requirements

  • Graduation from an ACEN or CCNE accredited baccalaureate program
  • Undergraduate cumulative GPA of 3.0
  • Unencumbered license to practice as an RN
  • Descriptive Statistics course with a grade of C or better 
  • 750 to 1,000 word personal statement or essay addressing how graduate education will advance your professional growth
  • Deadline to apply:
    • July 15 for fall admissions
    • November 15 for spring admissions