RN to MSN Programs in Oregon

Find Online Master of Nursing Programs in Oregon

There are 4 Master of Science in Nursing Programs in Oregon in our online directory, with all 4 programs being CCNE accredited. 100% of the Masters of Science in Nursing (MSN) programs are CCNE accredited.

Oregon requires that licensed nurses complete an undergraduate nursing program that is officially approved by the Oregon Nursing Board. Additionally, the Board has approved one Oregon school for Master's level graduate study.

Two Oregon Master of Science in Nursing programs (only one of which is state-approved) are accredited by the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education (CCNE) and none are accredited by The Accreditation Commission For Education in Nursing (ACEN).

School Level Program Admissions

Campbellsville University

Master Online MSN Family Nurse Practitioner Website

George Mason University

Master MSN-FNP Website

Benedictine University

Master Master of Science in Nursing Website

Fairleigh Dickinson University

Master MSN - Family Nurse Practitioner Website

Saint Xavier University

Master Master of Science in Nursing Website

Oregon Nursing Licensure

Approved Master's level study qualifies Oregon nurses to apply for an Advanced Practice Registered Nurse (APRN) license from the State Board to practice in Oregon. Advanced Practice Oregon nurses must obtain certification for their specialty from a state-approved national certifying body, such as the American Academy of Nurse Practitioners (AANP), American Association of Critical Care Nurses (AACN), the American Midwifery Certification Board (AMCB), the American Nurses Credentialing Center (ANCC), Hospice and Palliative Credentialing Center, the National Board of Certification and Re-certification for Nurse Anesthetists (NBCRNA) , National Certification Corporation (NCC), Oncology Nursing Certification Corporation, and the Pediatric Nursing Certification Board.

Oregon does stipulate a one-time continuing education requirement in pain management for all nursing licensure. This is a 7-hour requirement that, once fulfilled, does not have to be re-taken for renewal in subsequent years.

Salary Information for Nurse Practitioners in Oregon

According to the U. S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, as of May 2018 the annual mean salary for nurse practitioners in Oregon was $110,010 (on par with the national estimate, which is $110,030).

Oregon registered nurses earned an annual mean salary of $91,080 (the national average was estimated to be $75,510) and nurse anesthetists in Oregon earned $205,730 (significantly higher than the estimated national average of $174,790). Nursing instructors in this state earned an annual mean salary of $76,090, slightly lower than the national average of $81,350.

All Accredited Schools with MSN Degrees in Oregon

Oregon Health & Science University
  • Masters of Nursing (MN) Family Nurse Practitioner
  • The Family Nurse Practitioner Program at OHSU prepares nurses to work in illness care and management through the patient life cycle. The program accredited and is completed on campus.
  • Master of Nursing in Nursing Education
  • The Nursing Education program at OHSU prepares nurses for teaching positions in schools of nursing, staff development, and patient education. Students can choose a clinical population focus from one of three areas: adult gerontological nursing, community health nursing, or psychiatric mental health nursing.
University of Portland
  • Master of Science (MS) Innovation in Health Systems
  • The Innovation in Health Systems Program from University of Portland offers an entrepreneurial focus in nursing education, nursing administration, nursing practice or entrepreneurial business.  The program is accredited by the CCNE.
  • Master of Science (MS) Clinical Nurse Leader (CNL)
  • The Clinical Nurse Leader program at the University of Portland teaches advanced-practice nursing knowledge to manage patient-centered primary care and health and illness of patients of all ages. The program is accredited by the CCNE.

MSN Program Specialties

MSN Programs by State