SUNY Delhi's Updated MSN in Nursing Education Degree Saves Students Time, Tuition
Streamlined curriculum reduces credits to 36, resulting in tuition savings of $2,826.
Delhi, NY (01/05/2021) — SUNY Delhi's School of Nursing is announcing an updated curriculum for its online MSN degree in Nursing Education that will reduce the number of credits required to graduate while also allowing more options to customize coursework. The changes are effective for Spring 2021.
"Our revised curriculum allows our students to complete their degrees in less time at a lower cost while maintaining the high quality standards our program is known for," said Dr. Susan Deane, dean of the School of Nursing at SUNY Delhi. "By streamlining some of the required coursework, we are able to significantly reduce the number of required credits for graduation. We are also offering more electives for students to tailor their courses to their interests."
The updated curriculum for SUNY Delhi's MSN in Nursing Education requires 36 credits instead of 42, which is among the lowest required credits among similar programs in both private and public colleges. Full-time students will now be able to complete their degrees in three semesters and save $2,826 in tuition.
Dr. Susan Deane emphasizes that SUNY Delhi remains committed to delivering outstanding nursing education for today's healthcare industry needs. "Our graduates are exceptionally well-equipped to enter into their careers as nursing professionals with competitive, versatile skills."
Among the many accolades received by the School of Nursing at SUNY Delhi is the prestigious designation of "Center of Excellence in Nursing Education" by the National League for Nursing last year. Recently, SUNY Delhi was also named a Top 25 Online MSN Nursing Education program in the nation for 2021 by NursingSchoolHub.com.
For more information, please visit www.delhi.edu/nursing.