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Nurse Manager and Leader, Master of Science

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Program Overview

The Nurse Manager and Leader, Master of Science program at CSU Pueblo prepares students to obtain advanced positions in their respective fields.

Nurse managers and leaders are involved in a healthcare facility's high-level operations, strategic planning, and long-term vision. 

View our Healthcare Programs booklet here!

"The faculty proves every semester that they are dedicated to promoting nurses to an advanced level. The faculty will know you by name, give you real help, in real-time because they are focused on empowering the students."

- Charlie Cobb

Frequently Asked Questions


    Is this an accredited program?

    Yes. CSU Pueblo's Nursing Programs are accredited through the Accreditation Commission for Education in Nursing (ACEN).

    How long is the program?

    Your graduation timeframe greatly depends on the number of classes you take at once. On average, students take between 1-2 courses per term and graduate within 2 years. Upon admission to the program, you and your advisor will create a personalized degree plan that fits your needs.

    How often can I take classes?

    Online classes are 8 weeks long and run twice per semester. This means you can start classes in August, October, January, March, April, and June.

    Can I use financial aid?

    Many students are eligible for some form of financial aid. Students are encouraged to speak with a financial aid counselor to discuss their options. Financial aid counselors are accessible via phone at 719-549-2753 or via email at
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