Nursing-Master's Entry into Professional Nursing
Admission requirements for the Master's Entry into Professional Nursing are located in the Admission Policies section.
Master's Entry into Professional Nursing (M.S.N.) Program Requirements
|NURS 502||CRITICAL INQUIRY AND SCHOLARSHIP IN NURSING PRACTICE||3|
|NURS 505||MASTER'S ENTRY PRACTICUM 1||4|
|NURS 516||MASTER'S ENTRY HEALTH ASSESSMENT, PATHOPHYSIOLOGY AND PHARMACOLOGY IN NURSING I||3|
|NURS 507||MASTER'S ENTRY FOUNDATIONAL NURSING THEORY||4|
|NURS 515||MASTER'S ENTRY PRACTICUM 2||4|
|NURS 519||HEALTH MANAGEMENT OF CHRONIC CONDITIONS||4|
|NURS 517||MASTER'S ENTRY HEALTH ASSESSMENT PATHOPHYSIOLOGY AND PHARMACOLOGY IN NURSING II||3|
|NURS 504||ACUTE CARE INTENSIVE||1|
|NURS 525||MASTER'S ENTRY PRACTICUM 3||6|
|NURS 518||MASTER'S ENTRY NURSING CARE OF CHILDREN AND FAMILIES||3|
|NURS 527||HEALTH MANAGEMENT OF ACCUTE CONDITIONS||4|
|NURS 529||COMMUNITIES AND POPULATION||4|
|NURS 537||CARE COORDINATION WITH INDIVIDUALS AND FAMILIES EXPERIENCING COMPLEX HEALTH CHALLENGES||4|
|NURS 535||MASTER'S ENTRY PRACTICUM 4||3|
|NURS 540||LEADERSHIP AND ADVOCACY IN NURSING||4|
|NURS 545||MASTER'S ENTRY PRACTICUM 5||6|
Students must attain a GPA of 2.000 and a grade of C or better in all required nursing courses in order to graduate.1,2
The standard for graduate education at Linfield University requires course GPA of 2.70 or higher; due to the pre-licensure nature of this program an exception was made.
This is not a new policy, but this text was added to the catalog Dec 2022.
Student Learning Outcomes
- Translates, integrates, and applies knowledge from liberal arts, sciences, and nursing science as a basis for professional practice.
- Applies clinical judgment to coordinate, implement, and evaluate evidence-based, quality care.
- Communicates, collaborates, and provides leadership within complex healthcare systems.
- Provides and advocates for respectful nursing care that considers diverse values, cultures, perspectives, and health practices.
- Incorporates informatics and technology in the delivery of safe, quality, and efficient health care.
- Forms a professional nursing identity that demonstrates personal and professional development and a commitment to ethical nursing care with accountability to standards of practice.