The University System of Georgia (USG) institutions are always coming up with new ways to work with other institutions in the system. By developing a collaborative, the offered programs are strengthened because students get to experience different styles of teaching, meet new classmates, and institutions can share resources.
With many successful collaboratives like eCore, eMajor, and WebMBA, it is no wonder that Columbus State University (CSU) and Georgia Southwestern State University (GSW) have joined forces to provide a collaborative Master of Science in Nursing (MSN).
The MSN program is a 36 to 38-hour program that prepares students for advanced nursing practice. MSN students can now pick between four concentrations: nursing education, nursing leadership, nursing informatics, and the newest addition family nurse practitioner.