Master of Science in Nursing – Leadership in Healthcare Systems Curriculum
Curriculum and Online Nursing Courses Overview
The online nursing leadership program prepares nurses for a variety of administration positions in healthcare. The 30-credit-hour program requires 18 credits in core online MSN courses and 12 credits in specialization courses. Students take one MSN: Leadership in Healthcare Systems course per 8-week session.
|NUR 510||Nursing Theory & Research I||3|
|NUR 512||Organization, Delivery and Policy in Healthcare||3|
|NUR 514||Nursing Leadership and Advanced Roles||3|
|NUR 516||Information Systems and Technology for Improved Healthcare||3|
|NUR 520||Nursing Theory & Research II||3|
|NUR 551||Advanced Role Practicum||3|
|Total Core Credit Hours:||18|
There is an optional core course, NUR 570 Capstone Nursing Theory and Research Elective, if you choose to add a thesis or research project to your curriculum. This is optional and will add 3 credits to your degree plan.
The MSN: Leadership in Healthcare Systems requires a total of 12 specialization credit hours from the following online msn degree courses:
|NUR 530||Financial Management of Nursing Systems||3|
|NUR 531||Human Resource Management in Healthcare||3|
|NUR 532||Nursing Leadership and the Healthcare System||3|
|NUR 533||Quality and Safety in Healthcare||3|
|Total Specialization Credit Hours:||12|
This curriculum goes into effect Fall I, 2012. The current Jacksonville University Academic Catalog official guide to all programs. Speak to a program representative today to learn more about Jacksonville University’s online MSN: Leadership in Healthcare Systems program.