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    Le Moyne College offers graduate programs in nursing that prepare direct and indirect care providers for the current and project workforce demands to deliver adequate and quality care to the public, especially the growing population of older adults.

    Master of Science

    • Nurse Educator
    • Nurse Administrator
    • Family Nurse Practitioner
    Post-Master’s Graduate Certificates
    • Nurse Educator
    • Nurse Administrator
    • Family Nurse Practitioner
    Post-Baccalaureate RN to MS Certificate – For RNs who possess a bachelor’s degree in a field other than nursing wanting to pursue one of our master’s degrees.

    Application Deadlines: Admission is rolling.
    Fall Entry = August 1st
    Spring Entry = November 1st


    Non-Degree Option

    While completing the application process, up to six credits (two courses) can be taken as a non-degree student. FNP students need to be matriculated before taking any coursework toward the degree requirements. 

    Why Le Moyne?
    • Specialty tracks address demographic changes and trends in health care.
    • Study abroad service trips provide hands-on global experiences.
    • Full-time and part-time options with courses offered on campus, online and in hybrid formats.
    • Scholarships are available each semester.
    • Students learn leadership and service in the Jesuit tradition of academic excellence.
    • All programs of study are fully accredited by the Collegiate Commission in Nursing Education (CCNE).

    For Program Information

    Department of Nursing

    Purcell School of Professional Studies

    Phone: (315) 445-5435

    Application Questions

    Office of Graduate Admission
    Grewen Hall Room 322
    Phone: (315) 445-5444