MS in Nursing - Educational Leadership
The MSN-Educational Leadership is a 37-credit hour track in the Graduate Program. The graduate will complete a Graduate Project with a blended focus in leadership and education. Graduates from the Educational Leadership track will be qualified to pursue advanced practice in nursing education and/or leadership in a variety of hospital, community-based, and health care settings. The track is offered 100% online with no on-site requirements. A variety of innovative teaching/learning strategies will be utlized to deliver the curriculum.
Graduates who meet work experience and continuing education requirements are prepared for optional national certifications through American Nursing Credentialing Commission, National League for Nursing, American Organization of Nurse Executives or American Association of Critical Care Nurses.
|NU 700||Theories and Roles for Advanced Nursing Practice||3|
|NU 708||Socio-Cultural Perception of Addiction and Population Health||3|
|NU 710||Evidence Based Research||3|
|NU 711||Patho/Pharm/Physical Assessment of Advanced Practice||3|
|NU 740||Public Health Policy Issues and Challenges||3|
|NU 821||Strategy & Analysis of Organizational Process||3|
|NU 830||Theories and Strategies of Teaching and Learning||3|
|NU 832||Curriculum Development||3|
|NU 834||Assessment and Evaluation||3|
|NU 836||Healthcare Informatics and Technology||3|
|NU 838||Internship/Clinical Practicum||2-4|
|NU 840||Graduate Nursing Capstone||1-3|