Become a leader in the nursing field
A nurse and her patient
Serve with Christlike compassion
Nurses learning from their teacher
Take your nursing degree further

Nursing Department · Graduate Studies

Take your nursing career to the next level with PCC’s graduate Nursing Department. You’ll be equipped with the advanced training you need to serve as a leader in both educational and clinical settings.

Practical Preparation
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Practical Preparation

Service is the essence of ministry, and true leadership is impossible without a servant’s heart. As a PCC graduate nursing student, you will be trained to become a leader in the nursing field who shares Christ’s love with patients, ministering to their souls as well as their bodies.

Experienced Faculty
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Experienced Faculty

Be mentored by experienced nursing faculty: PCC’S MSN faculty members are highly educated and possess real-world experience in a variety of nursing areas with diverse patient populations.

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Tuition is $495.90 per credit hour. To help with tuition costs, PCC offers various financial aid options to qualified graduate students: the Abeka Fund Loan, Sallie Mae Loans, and private scholarships.

Dr. Denise McCollim

Meet the Dean of Arts and Sciences

Dr. Denise McCollim

B.S.N., Bob Jones University
M.S.N., D.N.P., University of South Alabama

The Division of Arts and Sciences comprises the engineering and computer science, humanities, natural sciences, and nursing departments, each of which offers undergraduate degrees. The nursing department also offers a graduate degree.

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Master of Science in Nursing

With PCC’s Master of Science in Nursing you’ll graduate fully equipped to teach undergraduate nursing curricula or manage a hospital orientation program using traditional methodology from a biblical worldview.

CCNE Accredited

The master’s degree in nursing at Pensacola Christian College is accredited by the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education (

“PCC’s MSN degree has given me the confidence to provide the best patient care possible. The courses not only provide advanced materials and skills but also includes a comprehensive review of topics you may have forgotten since undergrad. The curriculum submerges you with hours of instructing in the clinical setting as well as the classroom setting. Overall, this program has given me great respect for the nursing profession as a whole and has inspired me to do my best to continue the advancement of this field.”

—Christiana Rogers, M.S.N. ’20

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