The Master of Science in Nursing program with an emphasis in Leadership and Management is designed to prepare professional nurses for direct and indirect leadership roles in a wide variety of health care settings. By building upon the students’ previous experience and advancing knowledge in relevant areas like care coordination, quality improvement, population health and more, the rigorous curriculum gives students the confidence to lead teams in today’s complex and evolving health care system. The courses are required to be taken sequentially.
|NUR 600||Foundations: The Art, Science, and Ethics of Graduate Nursing Practice||3|
|NUR 610||Integration of Epidemiology and Clinical Prevention to Improve Health with Practicum Application||3|
|NUR 620||Translating Evidence into Practice||4|
|NUR 630||Organizational and Systems Leadership with Practicum Application||4|
|NUR 640||Leading Healthcare Systems and Quality Improvement with Practicum Application||4|
|NUR 650||Information Systems and Technologies to Improve Health Outcomes with Practicum Application||4|
|NUR 660||Leading Care Coordination and Promoting Collaboration to Improve Health Outcomes||3|
|NUR 670||Finance, Economics and Resource Management in Healthcare||3|
|NUR 680||Nurse as a Leader: Advocacy and Policy with Practicum Application||4|
|NUR 690||Capstone Synthesis Practicum||4|
Minimum B grade required in all courses.