The nursing administration concentration 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.
|NGRD 650||Advanced Role Development and Collaboration||4|
|NGRD 651||Theoretical Foundations for Evidence-Based Practice||4|
|NGRD 652||Health-Care Systems Leadership||4|
|NGRD 653||Health Systems Policy Development and Advocacy||4|
|NGRD 655||Health Systems Finance||4|
|NGRD 657||Intermediate Statistics||4|
|NGRD 658||Nursing Research and Translational Science||4|
|RELR 540||Wholeness and Health 1||3|
|HADM 528||Organizational Behavior in Health Care||3|
|HADM 534||Health-Care Law||3|
|HADM 605||Health-Care Quality Management||3|
|Select three courses from the following:||9|
|Applied Leadership Concepts in Health-Care Organizations|
|Health-Care Delivery Systems|
|Managing Human Resources in Health-Care Organizations|
|Management Information Systems in Health Care|
|Health Systems Strategic Planning|
|NGNL 604||Nursing Administration Practicum||8|
|NGRD 610||Master's Comprehensive Project||2|
|Master's Thesis (1-5 units) 2|
Fulfills service learning requirement.
Units are in addition to minimum required for the degree.
Three (3) years (11 academic quarters)—based on less than full-time enrollment.