Nursing Administration Concentration

The nursing administration option prepares nurses for leadership in a variety of organizational settings. The M.S. degree curriculum draws from the practice of nursing, management, and related fields; and includes administration, research, and clinical components.

Core
NGRD 650Advanced Role Development and Collaboration4
NGRD 651Theoretical Foundations for Evidence-Based Practice4
NGRD 652Health-Care Systems Leadership4
NGRD 653Health Systems Policy Development and Advocacy4
NGRD 655Health Systems Finance4
NGRD 657Intermediate Statistics for Translational Nursing Research4
NGRD 658Translational Research for Advanced Practice4
RELE 524Bioethics and Society 13
Concentration
HADM 528Organizational Behavior in Health Care3
HADM 534Health-Care Law3
HADM 605Health-Care Quality Management3
Select three courses from the following:9
Health-Care Economics
Health-Care Negotiations and Conflict Resolution
Managerial Accounting for Health-Care Organizations
Managing Human Resources in Health-Care Organizations
Management Information Systems in Health Care
Health Systems Strategic Planning
Clinical
NGRD 606Nursing Administration Practicum10
Project
NGRD 610Master's Comprehensive Project2
Thesis (optional)
Master's Thesis (1-5 units) 2
Total Units61
1

Acceptable alternate religion courses: RELE 534 Ethical Issues in Public Health, RELE 548 Christian Social Ethics, RELE 568 Bioethics and the Law

2

Units are in addition to minimum required for the degree.

Normal time to complete the program

3 years (11 academic quarters) based on less than full-time enrollment