Master of Science in Nursing (MSN)
Joint Auburn University at Montgomery/Auburn University Master of Science in Nursing
Primary Care Nurse Practitioner (P.C.N.P.)
Nurse Educator (N.E.)
We agree—helping people is the end goal. For you, it’s about building a better future. For us, it’s about providing flexible learning opportunities so you can acquire the proper training to take your career to the next level—improve patient care, acquire a leadership position, or begin teaching.
Auburn University/Auburn Montgomery Joint MSN Program graduates are prepared:
- Academically and clinically to provide services to diverse populations
- To use innovative strategies, including an array of distance learning options, to educate nursing students, health providers and patients
- To provide health services to patients
- To develop evidence-based programs
- To advocate for quality, cost-effective healthcare.
The Auburn University/Auburn Montgomery Joint MSN Graduate Studies program has an excellent reputation, and we encourage you to do your own research to validate that fact. You’ll see U.S. News & World Report rated the AUM Graduate Studies School of Nursing as a “Best Nursing School” in 2011.
The Auburn Montgomery School of Nursing is jointly operated in cooperation with Auburn University, so there’s a vast selection of resources and academic opportunities. We don’t mind telling you our program is demanding and challenging, but when you graduate with an M.S.N. from Auburn Montgomery, you’ll be ready to face the world with the confidence and skills to truly make a difference.
If you’re looking to improve your credentials, raise your income, expand your experience and impact the world, welcome to AUM. Our School of Nursing is excellent. Apply today. Or to speak to someone about this program please contact Dr. Barbara Wilder, Director AU/AUM Joint M.S.N. Program, at firstname.lastname@example.org or 334-844-6766.