MANE BS in Nursing (BSN)
Minnesota State University Moorhead’s nursing program meets the region’s high demand for nursing professionals. We offer an on campus Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN)in partnership with the Minnesota Alliance for Nursing Education (MANE). Frequently asked questions about MSUM’s MANE BSN program.
MSUM Nursing faculty are doctorally prepared, specialty credentialed, and experienced nurse educators. They are accessible and accommodating and will work with you to ensure you receive the best education possible to advance your nursing practice.
MSUM’s MANE BS in Nursing is designed as an 8-semester program. After completing prerequisite courses and upon acceptance into the nursing program nursing students will progress year round (Fall, Spring and Summer).
For more than 40 years, MSUM has been educating future nurses at both the undergraduate and graduate levels. MSUM is recognized as one of the most affordable, high-quality, and long-standing programs in the country, and often receives accolades as a best nursing program by Nursing Degrees.
Fargo-Moorhead is an epicenter of high-quality, integrated health systems that serve the region with outstanding patient care. MSUM enjoys excellent, long-term relationships with all of our community partners.
MSUM is a proud member of the Minnesota Alliance for Nursing Education (MANE), which promotes concept-based experience to support student learning. As you progress through the holistic nursing curriculum, you will draw from a base of knowledge and apply your practice to specific patient, family, community or population needs.
MSUM’s Bachelor of Science in Nursing program integrates holistic nursing principles throughout the entire nursing curriculum. Holistic nurses nurture wholeness, peace and healing by valuing each person’s physical, mental, emotional, spiritual and environmental strengths and challenges, and honoring each person’s values, health beliefs and health experience (American Holistic Nurses Association [AHNA], 2019). MSUM will seek endorsement from the American Holistic Nurses Credentialing Corporation (AHNCC).
Nursing Student Success Stories
Sarah Jasmer's public health experiences at MSUM prepared her to help patients across the nation in a variety of nursing environments.
Meet Diane Erickson, MSUM’s new associate professor in the School of Nursing and Healthcare Leadership. She teaches a variety of courses to nursing students.
Meet MSUM’s new assistant professor of the School of Nursing and Healthcare Leadership, Stacey Roche. She teaches multiple courses that prepare students with skills they need to be successful in the nursing field.
Learning opportunities within the Nursing program include experiential learning, academic recognition, and international study experiences.