The School of Nursing at Molloy College is rooted in the humanistic framework, remaining devoted to the patient while striving to use research and technology to improve the healthcare system. Nursing is a growing field where more nurses, as well as nurse educators and nurses with research and advanced area specific skills, are needed. At Molloy College in Long Island, students can earn their M.S. in Nursing to work in a specific population and be prepared for research. The courses are offered in the evenings, in both hybrid and on campus formats.
Molloy also offers a Doctor of Philosophy in Nursing (Ph.D.) program and Doctor of Nursing Practice (D.N.P.) program.
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The Graduate Nursing Program at Molloy College offers a Masters of Science degree in nursing specialties pertinent to contemporary nursing. A foundation of core courses prepares students with a theoretical base and processes prior to study in the selected specialty area. The program offers convenient evening courses delivered in both hybrid and traditional formats.
Nursing specialty tracks:
- Nursing Administration with Informatics
- Clinical Nurse Specialist – Adult Gerontology Health (CNS)
- Pediatric Nurse Practitioner – Primary Care (PNP)
- Family Psychatric-Mental Health Nurse Practitioner (FPMHNP)
- Family Nurse Practitioner – Primary Care (FNP)
- Adult Gerontology Nurse Practitioner (AGNP)
- Adult Gerontology Acute Care Nurse Practitioner (AGACNP)
Students must have a Bachelor of Science in Nursing degree and be registered as a nurse practitioner in order to apply. Please review the other admission requirements.
The M.S. in Nursing graduate program has a fall and spring start with classes offered in the evening all semesters.
Dr. Joan Ginty
The Doctor of Nursing Practice is a clinical practice-focused program in Nursing that prepares advanced practice nurses to design, implement, manage and evaluate health care delivery systems and patient populations based upon research utilization. The clinical-based DNP program represents a complementary alternative to the research-based Ph.D. program at Molloy College. Emphasis is placed on practice inquiry and evidence-based translational research.
Students must have a Master of Science in Nursing degree, advanced practice certification, and be registered as a nurse practitioner in order to apply. Please review the other admission requirements.
This program is part-time with courses offered in hybrid and on campus format.
Dr. Joan Ginty
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The Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) in Nursing program at Molloy College prepares nurses for leadership roles in a variety of organizations, health-related agencies, and educational institutions. Through scholarly inquiry and intellectual engagement, the graduate will generate new knowledge by designing and conducting research to advance the science of nursing.
Admission requirements include an advanced degree in nursing (baccalaureate and/or master’s), minimum grade point average of 3.5 on a 4.0 scale in master’s program, official GRE score, resume, personal statement, 3 letters of recommendation. Please review the admission requirements here.
The doctor of philosophy in nursing program has a fall start with courses offered on campus.
Veronica Feeg, Ph.D., RN, FAAN
Associate Dean and Director Ph.D. Program in Nursing
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Administrative Assistant, The Barbara H. Hagan School of Nursing
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