The online MSN Clinical Nurse Leader program at the School of Nursing has been identified as one of the nation’s most affordable nursing leadership online MSN programs.
Best Master’s Degrees evaluated nearly 100 programs in the United States for its listing. Data analysis focused on accredited graduate school of nursing with rankings from national publications such as U.S. News & World Report, Forbes, and The Princeton Review. Programs then were ranked on their affordability based on tuition data from the federal National Center for Education Statistics. The full list of ranked programs is available online.
The School of Nursing’s Clinical Nurse Leader program is geared toward nurses who want to move into a leadership role that focuses on improving patient care quality and outcomes. Coursework includes clinical education and mentoring, health promotion and disease prevention across populations, organizational and management theory, and evidence-based practice development. After graduation, alumni are eligible to sit for the national CNL certification examination.
Pitt Nursing’s online MSN combines faculty expertise, ease of access, affordability, and national recognition. U.S. News & World Report’s 2017 ranking of best graduate schools places the School’s Clinical Nurse Leader program concentration fourth in the country. Check out more about what makes the School of Nursing the ideal pathway for nursing development and education.