Master of Science in Nursing in the Field of Nursing Leadership and Management
The master of science in nursing in nursing leadership and management program, offered online, is designed to prepare graduates for upper-level positions in the field by enhancing the depth and breadth of the practicing clinical professional’s knowledge and skills. The program focuses on leadership development by training nurses to think and act strategically, participate in policy decisions, and lead organizations through change and improvement. Students may choose to enroll in the program on a full- or part-time basis.
Specific admission requirements are shown on the Graduate Program Finder.
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The following requirements must be fulfilled: 36 credits including 9 credits in professional core courses, 6 credits in research courses, and 21 credits in field-specific courses.
Students will complete 300 practicum hours in this program.
|NURS 6202||Concepts in Population Health|
|NURS 6203||Nursing Leadership|
|NURS 6205||Health Policy, Quality, and Political Process|
|NURS 6207||Evidence-Based Practice for Health Care Researchers|
|NURS 6208||Biostatistics for Health Care Research|
|NURS 6204||Health Information and Technology|
|NURS 6241||The Health Care Enterprise|
|NURS 6258||Leadership Capstone Practicum I|
|NURS 6259||Leadership Capstone Practicum II|
|NURS 6262||Leadership Coaching in Nursing|
|NURS 6274||Health Economics and Finance|
|NURS 6295||Health Care Quality Process|