The Master of Science in Nursing program is part of a consortium of four universities working collaboratively to provide a comprehensive curriculum preparing our graduates to participate in a number of exciting opportunities in the health care profession. Theory based courses are taught through distance online learning (web-based) technology allowing for flexible course completion. Faculty members are expertly engaged in Online Learning, clinical practice, research, and mentor students in specialty concentrations. *All clinical hours must be completed in Louisiana.
MSN Concentration Curriculum Sheets:
NO MORE THAN ONE-THIRD OF THE HOURS REQUIRED FOR THE DEGREE MAY BE TRANSFERRED. For collaborative degree programs (Master's of Science in Nursing) and academic partnerships (Doctor of Nursing Practice) with other universities, at least one-third of the credit hours required for graduation must be earned through instruction offered by Southeastern.
Susan Prude, RN, PhD
Graduate Nursing Program Coordinator
School of Nursing
SLU Box 10448
Hammond, LA 70402