A master of science in nursing (MSN) is a graduate degree
sandwiched between the bachelor of nursing (BSN) and the doctor of
nursing practice (DNP). Most MSN programs require a BSN for
admission, though there are a few RN-to-MSN bridge programs.
Master's degree in nursing candidates usually focus their studies
on a clinical specialty -- like women's health or oncology -- or a
career path, like nursing administration or nursing education.
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