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The mission of Johns Hopkins School of Nursing is to improve the health of individuals both locally and globally. The high academic standards for each of its programs, the nursing scholarship of the faculty, and the reputation for shaping nursing graduates into leaders of the profession are what has positioned Johns Hopkins as one of the top nursing schools in the U.S.
Johns Hopkins School of Nursing knows that its students have busy schedules and can’t always make a traditional degree work. The online education options allow students to advance in the nursing field without having to attend class on campus.
Students can get online degrees for:
* Online program with onsite immersions
Students enrolled in the MSN program will have an emphasis on leadership, global impact, quality and safety, and evidence-based interprofessional education.
Students will also have the opportunity to explore the areas of their interest, including global health, research, and practice in many other specialty areas.
Post-graduation, students can choose to enter the nursing workforce immediately or continue their studies toward an advanced practice nursing specialty or doctoral degree.
For many students, it can be challenging to transfer the lessons learned in the classroom to real-life situations. As a teaching strategy, Johns Hopkins includes simulations as a part of its nursing curriculum. Students are introduced to best practices in patient safety and quality of care so they can think clearly and solve problems in a safe environment where no patients are put at risk.
The online degree programs and post master’s certificates do not qualify for the F-1 or J-1 student sponsorship.
Johns Hopkins does not allow its students to enroll in the MSN Program part-time. Due to the rigorous nature of the program, it requires a full-time commitment.
Johns Hopkins does not offer on-campus housing to nursing students.