The MSN Advanced Generalist degree program builds upon prior clinical knowledge and experience and focuses on the core knowledge, skills, and abilities that are essential to meet the complexities of health care. The MSN advanced generalist curriculum provides a foundation for an advanced nursing practice role.
Get the most out of your online MSN Advanced Generalist degree with these clear advantages:
- 24-month MSN online program—ask about our accelerated completion option
- Competitive tuition—ask about our Nursing Partner Grant
- No cost tutoring and writing center
- One on one support from a designated student success advisor
- WCU is institutionally accredited by WSCUC, and our nursing education programs are programmatically accredited by CCNE
Online MSN Advanced Generalist Program Environment
At WCU, you are not alone. WCU offers you the support and guidance to help achieve your professional goals. Our online classes are energizing, engaging and enriched with video content, simulations, adaptive quizzing and on-the-go resources—to help you stay connected wherever you are. WCU's online MSN programs are simple to navigate and easy to use while we support you with clear and continuous access to your instructors, peers, student services and our 24/7 technical support.
Support Beyond Graduation
West Coast University supports its Master of Science in Nursing Degree â€“ Advanced Generalist online students beyond the last day of class. We are committed to helping our MSN online graduates throughout their careers.
Through our Career Service Department, we provide ongoing assistance with professional and career development through workshops and guidance for our students and graduates. We partner with industry professionals and enhance the prospects for securing employment and obtaining professional success.
WCU distance education programs may not be available to residents in all states. The MSN Advanced Generalist program requires 135 hours of Practice Experience.
West Coast University's Master of Science in Nursing is programmatically accredited by the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education (CCNE).