Marquette University Reviews of Master's in Nursing

  • 6 Reviews
  • Milwaukee (WI)
  • Annual Tuition: $22,410
0% of 6 students said this degree improved their career prospects
50% of 6 students said they would recommend this program to others
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Current studen
  • Reviewed: 11/16/2022
  • Degree: Nursing
"In the DEMSN program at the Pleasant Prairie location you teach yourself. Would NOT recommend DEMSN@PP. It’s that simple. Marquette has an amazing reputation for some of their programs/degree options and the Pleasant Prairie DEMSN program is not one of the programs."
Elanor Rigby
  • Reviewed: 10/25/2022
  • Degree: Nursing
"I was expecting so much more from this college. I was warned by previous students that the program was very unorganized and saw that for myself immediately. The MSN program itself is set up for one population and does not accommodate other groups other than females in their 20's. I am disappointed as I uprooted my life to follow this dream. The instructors, faculty, and academic staff seem to disappear after the tuition is paid. Everything they claim is not upheld once you are a student. I am sure this is a fine school, just not this program."
Current Student
  • Reviewed: 9/30/2022
  • Degree: Nursing
"Marquette prides themselves on the jesuit approach to learning. Many students question this much of the time. The instructors do not even appear as if they want to be there, and some will actually tell you that. There is no secret that any medical degree is meant to be challenging, but the content of this course is overwhelming and the content is piled on between the lectures, power points, and reading. they really should have split some of the science classes into a two semesters. Reading 3 to 4 chapters per week per class is ridiculous and is impossible to retain all of the information for exams. They also seem to be incredibly unorganized for the quality they claim to possess. There is really nothing special about this particular nurse masters program. They really are only teaching their students to be floor nurses, which could be accomplished at any school for a fraction of the cost. For 12,600.00 every 16 weeks and over 1,000.00 for books, there are more cost effective programs out there. And good luck getting any tutoring if you ask for it. The professors LOVE to brag about their degrees, but do not have time to email you back so best of luck figuring things out on your own. In addition, there are usually 3 different professors representing each class so you dont know who to email in the first place! My advice is to research schools. This program will break the bank and burn you out before you even leave."
Katie LaBarbera
  • Reviewed: 3/12/2018
  • Degree: Nursing
"The school itself is a reputable college. The masters of nursing in science program is new and has a lot of kinks to workout. The program did an okay job preparing me for my career. The financial services were very limited to graduate students and not very helpful."
Ashanti Dean
  • Reviewed: 1/21/2016
  • Degree: Nursing
"I am currently pursuing my master's degree and the courses are a combination of on campus and online, which create opportunities to interact with the professor and classmates, and allow for a balance with family and my full time job. The course loads are challenging, but will ensure that I am proficient in my field. The Marquette campus is beautiful, and has an open construct with multiple dining locations and its near downtown Milwaukee. There is also a large presence of security and shuttles on campus. The public transportation system can also be easily attained throughout the campus. My professors have been approachable. They have provided guidance on how to navigate the program and insight to career opportunities after completion of my master's. Although Marquette is quite expensive the availability and quality of my program balance this con."
Brenna McGinn
  • Reviewed: 5/8/2015
  • Degree: Nursing
"While the Marquette Master's in Nursing program is highly competitive and renowned, it is also costly an in a urban setting. The pro's of the school far outweigh the cons in terms of education and networking / career opportunities. However a private institution in the midst of a socioeconomically diverse city can prove to be hazardous at times. The nursing program itself is wonderful, with a newly renovated simulation lab and small class sizes; this is namely why I chose the program and am seeking financial aid."