College of Nursing Graduate Programs

Nursing Administration

Students who choose the administration track are provided with an in-depth study of nursing leadership principles and practices for the improvement of nursing practice and the investigation and resolution of nursing health care issues and problems.

In addition, an integrated dual degree with the Williams College of Business is offered to students enrolled in the administration track for which the MSN/MBA would enhance career opportunities through the additional study of business courses.

Administration Track Courses (10 semester hours)
(required in addition to the 26 semester hour MSN core, synthesis and application)

NURS 634 Nursing Administration in Complex Healthcare Organizations (3)
NURS 636 Financial Management for Nurse Executives (2)
NURS 764 Administrative Informatics (3)
Guided Elective (2) - requires approval of advisor

NOTE: Administrative track students take NURS 703 Graduate Nursing Practicum I (1 credit) AND
NURS 779 Applied Interprofessional Collaboration (1 credit).

MSN Curriculum >> Administration Objectives >> MSN/MBA >>

Further admission information and how to apply >>

Please contact the advisor of this track for more information:

Mrs. Marie Reynolds, MSN, MS, RN, CNL
Faculty, College of Nursing
Office: (513) 745-1902