Leadership in Healthcare Ecosystems Master of Science in Nursing (M.S.N.)
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M.S.N. Program Requirements
|NURS 500||NURSING AND THE HEALTHCARE ECOSYSTEM||4|
|NURS 501||POLICY, ADVOCACY, AND SOCIAL JUSTICE||4|
|NURS 510||HEALTH CARE FINANCE AND BUSINESS CONCEPTS||4|
|NURS 511||LEADING THROUGH CHANGE||4|
|NURS 520||EMERGING HEALTHCARE TRENDS IN WELLNESS AND CHRONIC CONDITIONS||4|
|NURS 521||INFORMATICS AND HEALTHCARE TECHNOLOGY||4|
|NURS 530||HEALTH IMPLICATIONS OF THE DYNAMIC ENVIRONMENT||4|
|NURS 531||INTEGRATED PRACTICUM||4|
Students must earn a 2.70 GPA or higher in M.S.N. courses and demonstrate safe, ethical, and professional behavior that is within the scope of nursing practice, at all times.
Student Learning Outcomes
Outcomes for the Leadership in Healthcare Ecosystems M.S.N.:
- Integrate nursing and interprofessional sciences to transform current systems.
- Analyze healthcare ecosystems.
- Advance nursing practice through policy changes, advocacy strategies, and use of technology.
- Demonstrate nursing leadership in the synthesis of health determinants in ecosystems toward improving human health.