Master of Science in Nursing (MSN) Nursing Administration

The School of Nursing offers a Master of Science in Nursing (MSN) Administration designed for those who are interested in leadership and administration as nursing leaders. The degree in Nursing Administration utilizes knowledge from health and social sciences to address the needs of diverse populations through planned programs, education, and advocacy. The graduate is prepared to demonstrate leadership in the application of interventions and technology related to policy, research, leadership, organization, and health care management.

*This program is 100% ONLINE.

Nurse Administrator Specialty Role Objectives:

Graduates of the MSN Administration Program will:

  1. Apply theories, research and conceptual models from nursing and related disciplines to facilitate clinical and administrative decision-making.
  2. Integrate the use of communication skills, information systems and technology in relation to nursing administration.
  3. Develop collaborative relationships and partnerships that are interdisciplinary to improve the environment in which health care is delivered.
  4. Demonstrate leadership and ethical decision-making in conceptualization, design, implementation, and evaluation of health care delivery systems across the health care continuum.
  5. Provide leadership in human resources development, education, and management to improve nursing care across diverse populations.

“New applications for this program are currently on hold until further notice”.