Adult Health Clinical Nurse Specialist Certificate

An Adult Health Clinical Nurse Specialist certificate is designed for students who have previously earned the Master of Science in Nursing degree. Our certificate program will enable you to become a CNS that focuses on diagnostic and treatment aspects of illness, along with guiding you in assuming the role in promoting wellness. With Savannah serving as a regional medical hub, you will have the opportunity for varied clinical opportunities and community agencies.

Industry Highlights

CNS salaries range from $50,000 to over $100,000, depending upon the clinical specialty and geographic location.

- ExploreHealthCareers.org

Career Opportunities

  • Hospitals
  • Schools
  • Health Clinics
  • Community and Home Care

Armstrong Edge

Current students take advantage of the range of specializations in nursing, along with the research activities and varied clinical experiences to directly respond to regional medical needs.


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