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Why St. Kate’s

Students in a Master of Arts in nursing class

Responding to the needs of healthcare

St. Kate’s places strong emphasis on course content and clinical/practicum experiences based on current and projected needs in a changing healthcare environment.

Values-based curriculum

Course work for all Master of Science in Nursing concentrations includes critical decision-making, ethical leadership, social justice, diversity, nursing theory, nursing research, evidence-based practice and health policy.

Convenient clinical practitioner options

The nursing faculty are committed to providing healthcare to underserved populations, including individuals and families in rural areas. Students who wish to pursue clinical experiences in these areas are supported in their efforts. Clinical placements are coordinated by students with faculty and corresponding organizations to secure preceptors prior to clinical course work.

Expert faculty

Courses in the Master of Science in Nursing program are taught by highly qualified faculty with expertise in advanced practice and graduate nursing education.