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MSN Careers

Impact Your Career Path

Elevate your leadership ability and improve patient care by earning your MSN.

Whatever your goals are, you will be ready for a career as a nurse leader. You may want to start a career in nursing administration, or perhaps a leadership role in academia, a community agency or hospital. You may want an MSN to remain qualified for your current role. This degree will take you wherever you want to go.

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32% Job Growth

About 51,800 openings for medical and health services managers are projected each year through 2030.

$104,280

$104,280 median salary, nationally, U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, 2020

Careers

We will always need more nursing leaders, so job security is no problem.

Career Options

Discover what you can do with a UW-Green Bay Master of Science in Nursing.
Getting your MSN can help broaden your career options in nursing. Here are some paths to consider:
  • Chief Nursing Officer
  • Nurse Manager
  • Department Manager
  • Nurse Educator
  • Nurse Administrator
  • Program Manager
  • Nurse Leader in Academia
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Advisor Nicole Micolichek

Want to know More?

If you’re unsure about your career path or want to know how getting an MSN can further your goals, let us know – we’re here to help.

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