M.S.N. - Health Systems Management
The Health Systems Management Track is designed to prepare graduates with advanced knowledge, skills, values, meanings, and experiences to manage health care of populations in the evolving health care delivery system. The graduate will have competency in population and epidemiological assessment, organization behavior, human resource management, health policy, and health care delivery systems. The graduate will have the ability to apply evidence-based interventions and interdisciplinary care models to design, implement, and evaluate health care programs for a selected population. Clinical experiences are designed to develop expertise in evaluation of outcomes data for the selected population. A unique feature of this track is the ability to select a focus area such as Education, Advanced Clinician, Faith Community Nursing, Informatics, or an individualized course of study. This track can be completed in four semesters of full-time study (36-37 credits). Students completing this program receive a Master of Science in Nursing degree.
The Division of Nursing offers baccalaureate, masters, and doctoral degree programs which are fully accredited by:
Commission of Collegiate Nursing Education (CCNE)
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