NURSING ADMINISTRATION CONCENTRATION
MSN 6000 Advanced Assessment and Clinical Reasoning
MSN 6040 Advanced Evidence Based Research and Statistical Analysis
MSN 6100 Leadership 3 MSN 6200 Advanced Pathophysiology
MSN 6300 Nursing Theory, Science and Evidence-Based Practice
MSN 6450 Health Policy, Systems and Financing
MSN 6470 Organizational Leadership in Health Care
MSN 6500 Advanced Pharmacology
MSN 6600 Informatics and Health Information Management
MSN 6770 Quality Improvement Science and Risk Management in Healthcare
MSN 7873 Practicum in Nursing Administration
MSN 7982 Capstone Seminar
Total Required Credits:
Graduate Certificates in Nursing
The four core courses in the Nursing Education or Nursing Administration concentrations may be taken separately, if students want to earn a Graduate Certificate in either discipline. A Certificate can be earned post-master’s for professional development. With the agreement of the MSN Program Director and acceptable preparation, the courses could be taken post-baccalaureate, and the credits could be transferred to the MSN degree program. The course, MSN 6100 Leadership, is required in each Certificate curriculum.
See the Nursing Education Concentration Requirements or the Nursing Administration Concentration Requirements sections of the Catalog for a listing of the courses in each discipline.