This program prepares nurses for leadership opportunities in the changing health care environment. Students build the skills necessary to assume leadership and management roles and to develop and implement health policy. Small class sizes provide more personal attention, and students can customize the program to align with individual goals. Graduates of this program work in a variety of roles in clinical, education, and administrative settings.
Preparation for leadership roles in the changing health care environment
Be able to develop and implement health policy
Ability to customize program coursework to meet your career goals
Small class sizes with individualized attention
Fully online for work-life balance
Faculty who are practicing nurse leaders
Obtain your master's as part of the program
Students can obtain a Master of Science in Nursing (MSN) in Nursing Leadership & Management after completing NUR 483 in the plan of study. Once this milestone is achieved, students may elect to exit the program with the MSN degree only. Additionally, students can take a break and come back to the program within a year with no re-application or fee.
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