Northwest Christian University’s Master’s of Science degree in Nursing has received accreditation from the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education. NCU’s RN to BSN degree is also accredited by CCNE.
“Being accredited by CCNE, a national accreditation agency, serves the public interest by ensuring the mission, goals, education practices, and outcomes of our RN to BSN and MSN programs are appropriate for preparing nurses for their expected roles,” said Linda Veltri, PhD, RN, Associate Professor/Director of Nursing. “CCNE accreditation is a reflection of the dedication, faculty, and support we receive from our community and other partners.”
NCU’s MSN and its RN to BSN degree programs are designed for working adults who have graduated from an accredited nursing program who want to enhance their knowledge and advance their nursing career.
For prospective students with a BSN from an accredited university, NCU’s MSN can be completed online within as little as 18-months.
NCU’s RN to BSN degree program is 30-credit program open to RN’s with an active, unencumbered nursing license. This program is also online and can be completed in as little as 12 months.
“Quality healthcare is important to all of us,” Veltri said. “Educating the next generation of nurses and nurse leader is central to NCU’s mission of education grounded in wisdom, faith, and service.