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In response to COVID-19, Kean University is conducting remote education and providing all services remotely until further notice. Find out more.

What You Learn

You experience robust academic and clinical experiences in nursing, and emerge prepared for advanced clinical practice and a leadership role in your chosen profession.

  • Study the latest in nursing practice within the context of a continuously changing health care system
  • Prepare for specialization as a nurse manager or administrator

  • Develop expertise in transcultural nursing and community health nursing

  • Master the fiscal side of nursing care

  • Become a leader in the field of nursing

The Kean University nursing faculty is comprised of scholars, researchers and dedicated practitioners who nurture your passion for nursing in a culture that encourages dialogue and mutual respect, allowing students to grow as critical thinkers and innovators, unafraid to take the risks necessary to pioneer new practices.

Application Deadlines:

Fall: June 30

Summer I: April 15 (Graduate Certificate in School Nursing only)

Admission Requirements

Nursing - Nursing Leadership (MSN)

Nursing - Community Health Nursing (MSN)

MSN Contact:

Mary E. Fortier, EdD, RN, CNL
Assistant Professor, School of Nursing
Office: NAAB 321
Phone: (908) 737-6216

Graduate Certificate in School Nursing

In addition, the MSN-Bridge program is available for RNs with non-nursing baccalaureate degrees.

School Nursing Contact:
Keddi Koovits, PhD, MSN


The MSN program is accredited by the Accreditation Commission for Education in Nursing (ACEN).

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