Carr College of Nursing
The MSN - Master’s Entry into Professional Nursing is the first prelicensure MSN program in Arkansas and prepares graduates to sit for the national licensing exam, NCLEX-RN®. Tracks include: Traditional entry from any bachelor’s degree, Early Entry through the undergrad track, and accelerated B.S. in health studies/MSN-MEPN. Delivery: Hybrid (on-ground and online courses). To learn more, request information here or apply for the program.
The MSN - Family Nurse Practitioner track educates students to become advanced practice registered nurses (APRNs) and potential primary care providers in a variety of settings and across the lifespan. The program prepares graduates to sit for the national certification exam. Delivery: Online with three on-ground intensives each year. To learn more, request information here or apply for the program.
"Developing nurses as Christian servants"
The nursing program fosters a supportive environment that challenges professional and advanced practice nursing students to reach their full potential.