MSN in Nursing
This MSN degree track prepares the graduate student for leadership positions in a health care delivery system in all types of nursing and health care practices. The curriculum focuses on the discipline of nursing and health care.
This track requires 250 clinical hours. The clinical experiences are NUR 645 and NUR 646.
NUR 604 Research and Theory I
NUR 605 Research and Theory II
NUR 607 Advance Practice Nursing and Administration in Health Care Delivery Systems
NUR 608 Population-Based Care and Advanced Practice Nursing
Advanced Core Courses
NUR 512: Introduction to Nursing Informatics
NUR 565: Safety Strategies
MBA 615: Financial Accounting: A Customer Focus
MBA 691: Managerial Accounting for Decision Making
MBA 810: Self Assessment for Leadership
Nursing Service Administration Track Courses
NUR 640 Nursing Management/Administration I
NUR 641: Nursing Management/Administration II.
NUR 645 Field Study in Nursing Management/Administration I
NUR 646 Field Study in Nursing Management/Administration II