At Pitt Nursing, we equip our students to change the future of nursing science, delivery, and outcomes—and to change their personal professional and academic futures.
Licensed nurses with a baccalaureate degree are eligible to complete a Master of Science in Nursing, and take their careers to the next level. Ranked 6th in the country by 2021 U.S. News & World Report, nurses who come to the University of Pittsburgh School of nursing obtain a degree that prepares them for their future career goals.
You’ll leave the University of Pittsburgh School of Nursing with a deeper understanding about nursing science, and the skills and knowledge needed to lead teams and units, create quality interventions, and deliver enhanced nursing care.
Students who choose to pursue a Master of Science in Nursing at the University of Pittsburgh School of Nursing may choose from two specialty roles:
- Clinical Nurse Leader (CNL)
- Nursing Informatics
- Neonatal Nurse Practitioner - (we are no longer accepting applications. Those interested in future terms should visit our DNP Nurse Practitioner Major Page,
- Nursing Administration - (we are no longer accepting applications, consider applying to the CNL area of concentration)
Both specialty areas are available online, and the clinical nurse leader (CNL) area of focus is also offered on-site.
Part-time and full-time options are available, allowing you to fit the coursework and curriculum to your time needs. Full-time onsite students who elect admission for the fall of 2020 are eligible for in-state rates, regardless of home state, thanks to a scholarship support program at the School of Nursing that reduces actual tuition payment to that of in-state rates.
The University of Pittsburgh is an affirmative action, equal opportunity institution. The complete Nondiscrimination Policy is available here.