RN to Master of Science in Nursing with a specialization in Nurse Administrator (RN-MSN)
Are you a licensed and registered nurse that is interested in advancing your nursing practice, but still don’t have your Bachelor of Science in Nursing degree? South University’s RN to Master of Science in Nursing program is designed to bridge that gap and help you move quickly from registered nurse to your BSN and to your advanced practice master’s degree.
Students entering the RN to Master of Science in Nursing degree program (MSN) at South University are able to reduce the number of courses required in the undergraduate component of the program by substituting certain graduate courses. The Registered Nursing master’s program consists of six core courses and courses in an area of specialization. The program includes integrated practical experience, didactic instruction, and a summative project to assess individual student learning outcomes.
Students who successfully complete all requirements of the RN to Master of Science in Nursing program will be awarded both the Bachelor of Science in Nursing degree (BSN) and the Master of Science in Nursing degree (MSN). You may be able to save even more time If you have an associate's degree or diploma in nursing. South University may be able to block transfer all your previous college credits.
Within the MSN degree program at South University, in addition to our core courses, we are proud to offer an unparalleled range of online specializations including Nurse Administrator. Graduates with a Nurse Administrator specialization may be involved in the design of healthcare delivery systems, making policy and financial decisions, promoting patient safety and quality improvement in patient care, and incorporating technology, contemporary practice and ethics into delivery of health care.
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The discipline incorporates nursing science, resource and organizational management, and business principles. Nurse administrators/leaders may obtain certification through the American Organization of Nurse Executives (AONE) or the American Nurses Credentialing Center (ANCC) with the master’s degree and two years of experience in nursing administration.
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