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The Nursing Administration track is designed to prepare a manager and leader in nursing and healthcare with advanced knowledge and applicable skills in communication and relationship building, healthcare environment, leadership, professionalism, and business management. The graduate will be able to pursue national certification as a nurse executive and a career in nursing administration. Contained within the coursework for the MS degree are four interprofessional health administration courses taught by Rosalind Franklin University of Medicine and Science which confers a graduate certificate in health administration. The degree program culminates in a capstone experience in nursing administration including a 165-hour practicum.
Nursing Administration Track (3 core and 1 elective)
|NSG 561||EVIDENCE BASED MANAGEMENT (Core) 1||3|
|NSG 564||ORGANIZATIONAL BEHAVIOR AND HUMAN RESOURCES (Core) 1||3|
|NSG 565||STRATEGIC PLANNING AND LEADERSHIP IN HEALTHCARE (Elective) 1||3|
|NSG 566||CURRENT TOPICS IN HEALTHCARE ADMINISTRATION AND MANAGEMENT (Core) 1||3|
|NSG 567||HEALTHCARE POLICY AND DELIVERY SYSTEMS (Elective) 1||3|
|NSG 596||CAPSTONE IN NURSING ADMINISTRATION (Core)||6|
This course is offered through a consortium agreement with Rosalind Franklin University and follows the Rosalind Franklin calendar.