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Master of Science in Nursing

The Master of Science in Nursing at UL Lafayette is one of the best in the country. The program was ranked No. 156 in the U.S. News & World Report’s 2020 edition of “Best Colleges” in the best nursing schools: master’s category.

Masters prepared nurses promote evidence-based practice in healthcare in multiple settings, and UL Lafayette provides the path for advancing your career in healthcare. Whether you are interested in becoming a Family Nurse Practitioner to work within your community or whether you want to pursue a career as a nurse educator and faculty member, we can help you reach the next chapter in your professional career.

Students who successfully complete the MSN curriculum with a concentration as a family nurse practitioner are eligible to take the national FNP certification examination.

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Questions?

Contact the graduate nursing programs:

Jennifer B. Lemoine, DNP, APRN, NNP-BC
Graduate Coordinator
E-mail: jennifer.lemoine@louisiana.edu
Office Phone: 337-482-1029
Office Fax: 337-482-5650
Office Location: V.L. Wharton Hall, Room 307

Because courses in this program will only be available online, this program may not be available to all applicants. The MSN degree program concentrations require that all clinical experiences be completed in the state of Louisiana. Additionally, the University of Louisiana at Lafayette and its online programs must be in compliance in the state where a student is located. (Visit the Online Programs website to learn more.) However, UL Lafayette online programs may not meet eligibility requirements for a license or certificate in another state. If you are planning to use your degree to pursue a license or certificate outside of Louisiana, it is strongly recommended that you contact the appropriate entity in that state to seek information and guidance regarding their requirements. Finally, international students also may not be eligible. According to U.S. immigration regulations, F-1 students cannot pursue online degrees; international students in other visa categories (i.e., H-4, L2) are exempt from this restriction.