MSN Programs in Virginia

Students have a number of different options when searching for schools in Virginia that offer Master's of Science in Nursing programs. Learn more about these programs and what schools offer them by reading below.

Eastern Mennonite University

Students at Eastern Mennonite University can earn a Master's of Science in Nursing degree with a concentration in leadership and school nursing, leadership and management, or as a dual degree with an MBA. Students can graduate in a minimum of 24 months if they attend classes full-time and as little as 48 months if they attend classes part-time.

James Madison University

James Madison University offers Master's of Science in Nursing programs with specializations in clinical nurse leader, nurse administration, family nurse practitioner, nurse midwife, adult gerontology nurse practitioner, and psychiatric/mental health nurse practitioner. Students enrolled in these programs can take classes online or on campus, and the on campus classes only meet one day a week for convenience.

Virginia Commonwealth University

Students who hope to earn an MSN degree at Virginia Commonwealth University can choose one of four different specialization tracks: psychiatric/mental health nurse practitioner, family nurse practitioner, adult gerontology nurse practitioner, and nursing administration and leadership. These programs take between two and three years to complete, and the nursing administration and leadership track is offered completely online.

George Mason University

George Mason University offers MSN programs with three different tracks, including nurse practitioner, nursing administration, and nursing educator. These programs prepare graduates for careers in health care leadership, management, and administration, and faculty positions.

Jefferson College of Health Sciences

The MSN program at Jefferson College of Health Sciences offers eight different tracks to students. These are adult gerontology acute care nurse practitioner, adult gerontology primary care nurse practitioner, community systems administration, neonatal nurse practitioner, pediatric primary care nurse practitioner, family-individual across the lifespan, nursing informatics, and women's health nurse practitioner.

Old Dominion University

The MSN program at Old Dominion University offers a variety of different specialization options to students, including family nurse practitioner, pediatric nurse practitioner, neonatal nurse practitioner, nurse administrator, nurse midwifery, and clinical nurse specialist. Many of these programs are available online.

Liberty University

Liberty University has a Master's of Science in Nursing program with concentration in community health, health policy, nurse educator, nursing administration, and nursing informatics. These programs can be completed online, and students will need to complete a total of 36-42 credit hours of coursework prior to graduation.

Radford University

There are two different specialization tracks for students at Radford University that want to earn an MSN degree, and these are the family nurse practitioner track and the nursing administration track. The program focuses on preparing student to work in both the local and global communities.

Marymount University

Students at Marymount University can pursue a Master's of Science in Nursing degree with a nurse practitioner track. Students enrolled in this program will be required to complete 45 credits along with a minimum of 700 hours of clinical work.

Shenandoah University

The Master's of Science in Nursing program at Shenandoah University offers three different tracks for students including family nurse practitioner, nurse midwifery, and psychiatric/mental health nurse practitioner. Students wishing to enter into one of these programs will need to already hold a bachelor's degree in nursing.

School Name Programs Offered Tuition (2018-2019)*
Eastern Mennonite University MSN Leadership and School Nursing
MSN Leadership and Management
MSN/MBA
$14,370
James Madison University MSN Clinical Nurse Leader
MSN Nurse Admin
MSN FNP
MSN Nurse Midwife
MSN Adult Gerontology NP
MSN Psychiatric/Mental Health NP
In-State: $10,512
Out-of-State: $27,830
Virginia Commonwealth University MSN Psychiatric/Mental Health NP
MSN FNP
MSN Adult Gerontology NP
MSN Nursing Admin and Leadership
In-State: $12,217
Out-of-State: $25,032
George Mason University MSN Nurse Educator
MSN NP
MSN Nursing Admin
MSN Nursing Administration
In-State: $11,736
Out-of-State: $32,322
Jefferson College of Health Sciences MSN Adult Gerontology Acute Care NP
MSN Adult Gerontology PCNP
MSN Community Systems Admin
MSN Neonatal NP
MSN Pediatric PCNP
MSN Family-Individual Across the Lifespan NP
MSN Nursing Informatics
MSN Women's Health NP
$21,220
Old Dominion University MSN FNP
MSN Pediatric NP
MSN Neonatal NP
MSN Nurse Admin
MSN Nurse Midwifery
MSN Clinical Nurse Specialist
In-State: $9,727
Out-of-State: $28,435
Liberty University MSN Nursing Administration
MSN Community Health
MSN Health Policy
MSN Nurse Educator
MNS Nursing Informatics
$7,904
Radford University MSN FNP
MSN Nursing Administration
In-State: $8,915
Out-of-State: $17,441
Marymount University MSN NP $18,180
Shenandoah University MSN FNP
MSN Nurse Midwifery
MSN Psychiatric/Mental Health NP
$21,000

*Source: NCES

Earning a Master's of Science in Nursing degree can take between two and four years to complete, and students have a variety of different specializations to choose from. Online programs are available, as well as full- and part-time options.

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