The curriculum includes graduate core courses, specialty track advanced practice courses, other nursing and support courses, clinical practica, and either a master's project or thesis. Students collaborate with their advisors to select practica that fit their particular areas or populations of interest. Clinical practica may take place in the students' home area if appropriate.
The Nurse Educator (NED) Certificate prepares BSN nurses at the post-graduate level in nursing education within the academic and clinical arenas. The certificate is built upon the art and science of nursing education within the changing contexts of health care, nursing, higher education, and evidence-based practice. Within the broader Graduate Nursing program outcomes, the NED Certificate provides students with understanding and evidence-based application of the nurse educator role. This program dovetails into the Master's of Science with a major in nursing, NED emphasis for students wishing to continue their education and complete the full master's program. Certificate contact information: Dr. Tracy Wright, firstname.lastname@example.org
NURS 622 Teaching Technology & Information Management (3)NURS 608 Transcultural and Social Perspectives (3)NURS 623 Nurse as Educator (3)NURS 627 Program Curriculum Design and Evaluation (Pre-req: NURS 623) (3)NURS 642P Advance Nurse Educator Practicum I (2)ORNURS 643P Advance Nurse Educator Practicum II (2)
The Nursing Administration and Organizational Systems Leadership (NAOSL) Certificate prepares early career and current nurse leaders in the areas of nursing and healthcare leadership at the graduate level. Advanced education in nursing administration and organizational systems leadership addresses the growing need for system-wide leadership within the healthcare industry. This graduate certificate program emphasizes the key areas of leadership essential to successfully navigating complex healthcare systems while in a leadership role. This program dovetails into the Master's of Science with a major in nursing, NAOSL emphasis for students
wishing to continue their education and complete the full master's
program. Certificate contact information: Dr. Tracy Wright,
NURS 605 Healthcare Quality and Safety (3)NURS 606 Healthcare Delivery Systems, Policy, Financing, & Leadership (3)NURS 706 Organizational and Systems Leadership (4)NURS 644P NAOSL Practicum I (2)ORNURS 645P NAOSL Practicum II (2)MHA 638 Health Information Systems (3)
Program Coordinator: Tracy Wright, PhD213 Lommen Hall, (218) email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org
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This includes Nursing, Community Health, and Health Services Administration programs. The incorporation of the three programs into a single school represents an interdisciplinary approach to the teaching of health fields with the integration of nursing services, management practice, and community health programming.
The program builds upon the general baccalaureate nursing competencies and provides the specialty education necessary to meet the education needs of nursing students and practicing nurses. Graduates will be better able to contribute to the advancement of nursing practice and to collaborate for clinical practice and research partnerships in education and service settings. The MS with a major in nursing provides two emphasis options:-Nursing Education-Nursing Administration and Organizational Systems Leadership
All courses are offered online with monthly synchronous meetings using a virtual platform. Practica/experiential learning may take place in the student's home area, if appropriate. Students collaborate with their advisors to select practica that fit their practice areas or populations of interest and the course objectives.
The graduate nursing program is fully accredited by the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education (CCNE). Guidelines from national and specialty organizations were used to develop a curriculum that prepares graduates for certification examinations. MSU Moorhead is accredited by the Higher Learning Commission of the North Central Association of College and Schools at the Master’s degree level.
Core Courses for all Emphasis (20 Credits)
NURS 600 Theoretical Perspectives of the Discipline (3)NURS 603 Introduction to Research, Data Analysis and Informatics (2)NURS 604 Advanced Nursing Research and EBP* (4)NURS 606 Health Care Delivery Systems, Policy and Financing and Leadership (3)NURS 608 Transcultural and Social Perspectives (3)NURS 610 Health Promotion and Disease Prevention (3)NURS 689 Thesis/Project Seminar I (1)NURS 691 Thesis/Project Seminar II (1)Specialty Courses for Nurse Educator Emphasis (25 Credits)
NURS 614 Advanced Pathophysiology and Pharmacology I (4)NURS 616 Advanced Pathophysiology and Pharmacology II (3) NURS 612 Advanced Health/Physical Assessment (3) NURS 622 Teaching: Technology and Information Management (3) NURS 623 Nurse as Educator (3)NURS 627 Program/Curriculum Design and Evaluation (3)NURS 642P Advanced Nurse Educator Practicum I (2)NURS 643P Advanced Nurse Educator Practicum II (2)NURS 699 Thesis for Nursing (1) NURS 699 Thesis for Nursing (1)Specialty Courses for Nurse Administration and Organizational Systems Leadership Emphasis (25 Credits)
MHA 618 Healthcare Law and Ethical Decision-Making (3)MHA 638 Healthcare Information Systems (3) ECON 610 Healthcare Economics (3)NURS 605 Healthcare Quality and Safety (3)MBA 641 Human Resources Management (3)NURS 706 Organization and System Leadership (4)NURS 644P (Nursing Adm & Org Systems Leadership Practicum I (2) (100 clinical hours)NURS 645P (Nursing Adm & Org Systems Leadership Practicum II (2) (100 clinical hours) (Foci: Nursing Administration in Long-Term Care, Ambulatory, or Public Setting)NURS 699 Thesis for Nursing (1) OR NURS 696 Project for Nursing (1)NURS 699 Thesis for Nursing (1) OR NURS 696 Project for Nursing (1)