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  • School of Nursing & Healthcare Leadership

    The School of Nursing and Healthcare Leadership prepares undergraduate and graduate students in nursing, health administration, and community health services for life-long learning, caring service, leadership and global citizenship. The interdisciplinary approach integrates professional nursing, health services management and community health programming. Faculty members bring together comprehensive curricula which focus on current issues in the expanding areas of healthcare. Students in each major develop the skills and abilities essential for a career of leadership in healthcare. 

    The nursing program is accredited at both the baccalaureate (BSN) and master’s (MS in nursing) levels by the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education (CCNE). The Long Term Care emphasis within Health Services Administration is approved by the Minnesota Board of Examiners for Nursing Home Administrators (BENHA). The RN to BSN baccalaureate nursing completion track is approved by the Higher Learning Commission (HLC) for fully online delivery.

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  • Health Educators Conference

    Nurses are meeting up in Brainerd, MN today through Friday for the Health Educators Conference.  Jane Bergland, Pam Kirk, Becky Rudel, and Vicki Teske from MSUM are attending along with student Christy Cook.  Graduate student, Christy Cook will be presenting her poster at this conference. The Xi Kappa Chapter at Large hosted their Global Nursing …

    Goodbye Spring … Hello Fall 2014 Classes

    Picture-   The Spring 2014 semester here at MSUM is almost over, and Summer is just around the corner. The general plan for many during this period is to get some well-earned relaxation time, while others will use this opportunity to make extra progress toward the graduation journey, by taking a few Summer classes …

    Community Health Internship Experiences

    One of the degree requirements for MSUM’s B.S. Degree in Community Health is an internship. Students nearing degree completion must complete at least 10 credits of internship with the purpose of gaining real world experience in their field of study. The School of Nursing & Healthcare Leadership checked in Pamela Detienne and Eva Albright, two …

    Deadline for the RN to BSN Applications

    The MSUM School of Nursing and Healthcare Leadership had extended its deadline for applications to the RN to BSN program for Fall 2014 semester start due to hiring additional faculty and new opportunities for students to pursue.  The applications will be accepted through 11:59 p.m. CDT on April 15th. Today is your last day to …

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