Curriculum

A Rigorous Curriculum Focused on Evidence-Based Practice and Quality Improvement Strategies

Your first two semesters will include "core" graduate nursing courses. Because the MSN program is heavily based on leadership and evidence-based practice, those courses are placed early in the curriculum. Clinical practice is introduced in the last three semesters.

The 37-credit program is comprised of the following 14 courses:

Course

Credits

Semester 1- Fall

MSN 6200 Advanced Pathophysiology

3

MSN 6000 Advanced Assessment and Clinical Reasoning

3

MSN 6600 Informatics and Health Information Management

3

Semester 2- Spring

MSN 6300 Nursing Science and Evidence-based Practice

3

MSN 6500 Advanced Pharmacology

3

MSN 6040 Research and Statistical Analysis

3

Semester 3- Fall

MSN 6400 Nursing: Quality Management of the Environment

3

MSN 6401 Practicum 1 - Quality Management of the Environment

1

MSN 6450 Health Policy, Systems and Financing

3

Semester 4- Spring

MSN 6700 Outcome Decision Analysis

3

MSN 6701 Clinical Leadership Practicum 2 - Outcomes Management

1

MSN 6100 Leadership 3

Semester 5- Fall or Spring

MSN 7892 Capstone Course: CNL® Seminar (scholarly project)

2

MSN 7892 Capstone Clinical: Mentored Immersion (300 hours) 3

 
 
 
 

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