A bachelor’s degree is becoming standard for nurses, but you can take your education even further—all the way to your MSN. Build advanced skills and knowledge to confront the growing impact of diabetes with an online Master’s in Diabetes Nursing. Capella’s online, CCNE-accredited* RN-to-MSN Diabetes Nursing program—in conjunction with your RN license and 135 quarter credits of undergraduate work— is the most efficient and affordable path to your MSN, allowing you to bridge your RN to an MSN in as little as two years without the additional time and expense of earning a BSN.
Expand your knowledge of health care systems and policies, patient education, health promotion, and technology integration. Then explore theories and evidence-based therapeutics to care for the special needs of individuals and vulnerable populations with diabetes and related conditions.
The diabetes nursing curriculum incorporates the American Association of Colleges of Nursing's (AACN) Essentials of Baccalaureate Education for Professional Nursing Practice, the Essentials of Master’s Education in Nursing, and hands-on practice immersion.
To learn more about this degree program, request information and we will match you with an enrollment counselor who specializes in your area of study.
*The MSN degree programs at Capella University are accredited by the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education, One Dupont Circle, NW, Suite 530, Washington, DC 20036, (202) 887-6791 http://www.aacn.nche.edu/ccne-accreditation.
With your Master in Diabetes Nursing from Capella you'll have the ability to perform patient assessment and diagnosis, as well as identify desired outcomes based on evidence and patient input. You'll also learn to formulate, implement, and evaluate a plan of care consistent with the evidence, diagnosis, and desired outcomes. Discover specifically what you'll learn — and how you can apply it.
View full learning and career outcomes report for this program at CapellaResults.com.
Common jobs with an online Master in Diabetes Nursing include diabetes nurse specialist, nursing faculty, nurse manager, diabetes nurse educator, diabetes nurse clinician, head nurse or wellness program director. Potential workplaces include: hospital, clinic, medical center, community health agency, community or technical college, pharmaceutical company, land-based or online university or hospital-based school of nursing. Learn more about potential career outcomes.