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Nursing, Nursing Leadership & Management, M.S.N. (Diploma/ADN to MSN)

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Nursing Leadership & Management (Diploma/ADN to MSN)

This program of study is designed to allow nurses who have completed a diploma or associate degree and are licensed as a registered nurse to supplement their college education with two foundational courses in the first term of study. This program provides the student with the opportunity to identify and partner with a healthcare organization and nursing leader to participate in a clinical experience.

The capstone seminar, a service project, is designed to guide students in the integration of nursing and management theory with a practical application.

Program Outcomes

  • Designs processes to achieve quality, cost-effective and ethical health outcomes
  • Appreciates the complexity of human resource management in today’s healthcare
  • Evaluates quality and safety measures
  • Designs a plan of change using principles of servant leadership guided by Benedictine Values
  • Collaborates with others to improve the quality of professional nursing practice and healthcare policy
  • Utilizes evidence based practice for performance improvement
  • Possesses requisite knowledge to pursue doctoral education
  • Uses information technology to improve processes
  • Demonstrates effective principles of change while providing client centered care

Diploma/ADN to MSN: Nursing Leadership & Management Courses

Graduation Requirements or Transfer Course Equivalents

Major Requirements

Orientation Course

  • HUM 506 - New Nursing Graduate Student Orientation

Required Courses:

Total: 43 Semester Credits

Program length: 2 academic years / 5 semesters / 80 weeks

Experiential Hours = 500

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