Welcome to Cox College’s Master of Science in Nursing (MSN) Program website.
We, the Cox College Graduate Faculty, are honored that you are considering pursuing your advanced practice nursing degree with Cox College. Our hope is that you will find your experience here to be professionally stimulating and challenging, as well as personally rewarding.
Cox College is committed to excellence. The core values that we emphasize in the college should be evident from the expert faculty, the communication you receive, as well as the opportunities available for you as a student here at Cox College. Upon completion of the MSN degree, you will become a leader who will design future educational and clinical possibilities for professional nurses.
The MSN curriculum was designed to promote professional growth for nurses that are employed in the field and desire to become leaders in the profession. Historically, our graduates have utilized their knowledge to become educators, advanced practice registered nurse providers, and community leaders. More importantly, they strive to contribute to the nursing profession by promoting evidence-based practice and having a strong influence within the work environment to inspire, negotiate and manage change that is important for the patients and communities that we serve.
Courses in the MSN program are taught by faculty members who have real world nursing experience. All faculty maintain certification in their areas of expertise and hold joint clinical appointments in various healthcare systems. These same faculty members are available as teachers and advisors to you as you move through your program of study. We look forward to building a rewarding relationship with you, while assisting you to achieve your goals in professional advanced practice nursing.
Graduate Nursing Faculty
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- The student should be aware that these degree programs may not transfer The transfer of course/degree credit is determined by the receiving institution.
To receive MSN Preceptor Handbooks and Forms, please contact Julianna Ball at 417/269-8376 or Julianna.Ball@coxcollege.edu.
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