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Online MSN Program: Careers

Explore Diverse MSN Careers

Impact the future of health care

Finish your degree while working

The online master’s degree program in nursing at Spring Hill College will equip you with the skills, experience and knowledge you need to advance your nursing career. Learn to be a leader in the industry and inspire the next generation of health care professionals

  • Employment of health care occupations is projected to grow 15% from 2019 to 2029.1
  • The data shows a national nurse faculty vacancy rate of 7.2%2

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In-Demand Careers for Nurses With MSN

Clinical Nurse Manager1 $83,545 per year

Nursing Instructor2 $83,160 per year

Health Services Manager3 $100,980 per year

Chief Nursing Officer4 $128,031 per year

Advance Your Career With an MSN Degree

A Master of Science in Nursing degree from Spring Hill College will prepare you to take the next step in your nursing career. You’ll open doors to leadership positions and set yourself up to mentor the next generation of health care providers with this in-demand degree. Career opportunities increase dramatically for those with an MSN degree, and so does earning potential.

Choose From Two Tracks

Customize your online MSN program by choosing from tracks in Executive Leadership or Nursing Education. You’ll graduate ready to reach your health care career goals.

Nursing, MSN: Executive Leadership

The Nursing Executive Leadership concentration of the MS in Nursing prepares students to assume leadership roles in business settings in healthcare.

Nursing, MSN: Nursing Education

Spring Hill’s MS in Nursing features a concentration in Nursing Education to provide students the tools to teach nursing in both staff and patient settings.

Program Outcomes and Skills Acquired

What You’ll Learn

Skills You’ll Gain

  • Leadership in service to others at the point of care
  • Management of complex clinical cases
  • Integration of patient-centered and culturally appropriate concepts
  • Communication to lead interprofessional teams by collaborating and consulting with other health professionals
  • Advanced nursing practice interventions