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Best MSN programs?

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by nenurse1 nenurse1 (New) New

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Any suggestions for good universities or colleges for a MSN in leadership or public health? Been looking around alot at Fort Hayes, Aspen, West Texas A&M and not sure where else to look

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Hello,

George Washington University has a great Master program, not sure if the Master in Public Health is online. I heard Capella and Chamberline have good MSN online programs. Hope this helps. I am also researching graduate online course for nursing education. Make sure to ask question about accrediation, tuition, start time, and etecra. Best wishes on your journey.

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HouTx has 35 years experience as a BSN, MSN, EdD and specializes in Critical Care, Education.

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A colleague just enrolled in Aspen (MSN-Edu). It seems to be pretty solid, and the cost is much less than most.

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Buyer beware has 40 years experience as a BSN and specializes in GENERAL.

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Hello,

George Washington University has a great Master program, not sure if the Master in Public Health is online. I heard Capella and Chamberline have good MSN online programs. Hope this helps. I am also researching graduate online course for nursing education. Make sure to ask question about accrediation, tuition, start time, and etecra. Best wishes on your journey.

You could try South University (online)

*They have a graduation rate of 2%.

collegescorecard.ed.gov/search/?name=South%20UniversitySavannah%20Online&sort=advantage:descbesed

*This percentage doesn't reflect their online Masters programs but their loan business must be gangbusters.

Edited by Buyer beware
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