The Master of Science in Nursing is a 33 credit program offering advanced level courses and was developed to respond to the state and national short of master’s prepared personnel in nursing. Specializations are available in education and administration.
On making the announcement, President Wylie notes “We are delighted to receive authorization to offer graduate programs in Interior Design and Nursing.”
President Wylie continued, “The College has been offering an undergraduate program in Nursing for over twenty years. There is a growing demand for professionals in these areas and we are proud to be involved in the education and training of these professionals. In light of the dramatic changes in the workplace and the growing demands for advanced skills, these programs are both timely and necessary. We believe graduates who complete these new major will have many new and exciting opportunities opened to them. ”
These three Master’s degree programs are the latest addition to the offerings of the Van Loan School of Graduate and Professional Studies. Other graduate programs include the Master of Business Administration, Master of Science in Information Technology, Master of Education in Arts and Learning, teacher licensure programs in Special Needs, Severe Special Needs, Reading and Literacy, and Elementary Education. Also Organizational Management and Athletic Administration are available. Online graduate programs are offered in Montessori Education and Integrative Education.
Associate and Bachelor’s degree completion programs for adults are offered with majors in Psychology, Business Administration and Integrative Studies. Special programs are available for Endicott alumni earning Bachelor degrees.
Programs are offered at the beautifully renovated, state-of-the-art William and Tia Van Loan School of Graduate and Professional Studies at the Beverly campus as well as corporate sites, and off-campus sites in Massachusetts and internationally.
The Graduate School also sponsors the Center for Leadership that has professional development seminars for educators and corporate employees. Online courses are also developed and overseen in the Graduate School.
There are 2,000 students enrolled in Graduate School programs. Applications are being accepted now. The programs are expected to begin Fall 2010.
For information please go to the Graduate School web site, www.endicott.edu/gps or call 978-232-2199.