Clinical Nurse Leader (CNL) Post-Master's Certificate Program
The clinical nurse leader role is a national initiative developed by the American Association of Colleges of Nursing (AACN) in 2004 to address fragmentation in health care delivery. The CNL role is a proactive, integrative and comprehensive role that assists direct care providers in bringing the best of health care science and practice to the point of direct patient care. Students who choose the MSN Clinical Nurse Leader (CNL) track will be prepared to meet the health care needs of a growing population requiring complex care.
This post-master's program is designed for the registered nurse with a previous MSN who wishes to complete CNL courseowork, obtain an official Xavier University transcript and be eligible to take the CNL certification exam.
Clinical Nurse Leader post-master's certificate
(21 sem. hrs./300 clinical hrs./scholarly project)
NURS 556 Introduction to the CNL for RNs (3)
NURS 602 Applying CNL Concepts for RNs (3)
NURS 658 Advanced Clinical Pharmacology for RNs (3)
NURS 680 Advanced Pathophysiology (3)
NURS 756 Advanced Health Assessment for RNs (3)
NURS 853 Leadership Practicum for RNs (6)
Students may transfer in previously completed coursework.
NURS 556, 602, and 853 are sequential and must be taken in the order they are offered. Discuss entry term with advisor.
Dr. Cynthia Sublett
Faculty, School of Nursing
Office: (513) 745-4333