The BS in Nursing-MN program at UW-Milwaukee offers students a nurse generalist master’s program that successfully builds on an existing nursing baccalaureate degree. Students can choose to progress part-time or full-time through the 42 credit curriculum.

What makes our program distinguished?

The primary goal of the master’s program is to prepare graduates to be generalist nurses in a variety of clinical settings ranging from private practices, clinics, hospitals, managed care organizations and governmental agencies. Students acquire the knowledge, values, and skills necessary through coursework, clinical experience, and research.

Clinical Nurse Leader Role

MN graduates are eligible to write the Clinical Nurse Leader (CNL) Certification examination.

Clinical Nurse Leaders (CNL) are providers and managers of patient care. They design, implement, and evaluate care by coordinating, delegating, and supervising the services provided by their team, which includes licensed nurses, technicians, and other health professionals

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Donna Wier
Master of Nursing
Senior Advisor