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MS Degree Program for Nursing Administration Curriculum

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Full-Time Program of Study

Fall
NRSG 5118 Health Care System & Professional Role Development 3
NRSG 7105 Translating Research Evidence into Practice 3
NRSG 6301 Human Resources & Operations 3
NRSG 6306 Health Care Informatics I 3
NRSG 6311 Program Development & Evaluation 3
NRSG 6500 Nursing Administration Practicum I 4

Spring
NRSG 5121 Epidemiology & Population Health 3
NRSG 6300 Health Care Finance & Marketing 3
NRSG 6302 Health Policy & Law 3
NRSG 6307 Health Care Informatics II 3
NRSG 6501 Nursing Administration Practicum II 4

Summer 1
NRSG 6305 Case Management 3
NRSG 7110 Evidence Based Practice Research Application 2

Summer 2
Elective 3

Part-Time Program of Study

Fall
NRSG 5118 Health Care System & Professional Role Development 3
NRSG 7105 Translating Research Evidence into Practice 3
NRSG 6301 Human Resources & Operations 3

Spring
NRSG 5121 Epidemiology & Population Health 3
NRSG 6300 Health Care Finance & Marketing 3

Summer 1
NRSG 6305 Case Management 3
NRSG 7110 Evidence Based Practice Research Application 2

Summer 2
Elective 3

Year 2

Fall
NRSG 6306 Health Care Informatics I 3
NRSG 6311 Program Development & Evaluation 3
NRSG 6500 Nursing Administration Practicum I 4

Spring
NRSG 6302 Health Policy & Law 3
NRSG 6501 Nursing Administration Practicum II 4
NRSG 6307 Health Care Informatics II 3

MS/MBA Joint Degree Program

Required Courses SH
NRSG 5118 Health Care Systems and Professional Development Role 3
NRSG 5121 Epidemiology and Population Health 3

Research Core
NRSG 7105 Translating Research Evidence into Practice 3
NRSG 7110 Evidence Based Practice Research Application 2

Administration Theory Courses
NRSG 6301 Human Resources and Operations 3
NRSG 6302 Health Policy and Law 3
NRSG 6303 Nursing and Business 3
NRSG 6306 Health Care Informatics I 3
NRSG 6305 Case Management 3

Business Theory Courses
ACC G200 Financial Reporting and Managerial Decision Making I 3
ACC G201 Financial Reporting and Managerial Decision Making II 1.5
ENT G200 Technology, Entrepreneurship, and Enterprise Growth 3
FIN G200 Value Creation through Financial Decision Making 3
INB G200 Managing the Global Enterprise 3
MEC G200 Global Competition and Market Dominance 3
MGT G200 Strategic Decision Making in a Changing Environment 3
MKT G200 Creating and Sustaining Customer Markets 3
MSC G200 Information Analysis 3
MSC G206 Management of Service and Manufacturing Operations 3

Administration Practicum Courses
NRSG 6500 Nursing Administration Practicum I 4
NRSG 6501 Nursing Administration Practicum II 4
NRSG 6307 Health Care Informatics II 3

Electives
In Business specialization 1 3 credit and 2 1 credit 5

Certificate of Advanced Graduate Study

Fall
NRSG 5121 Epidemiology & Population Health 3
NRSG 6306 Health Care Informatics I 3
NRSG 6305 Case Management 3
NRSG 6500 Nursing Administration Practicum I 4
Elective 2

Spring
NRSG 6300 Health Care Finance & Marketing 3
NRSG 6301 Human Resources & Operations 3
NRSG 6302 Health Policy & Law 3
NRSG 6501 Nursing Administration Practicum II 4
NRSG 6307 Health Care Informatics II 3


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Contact Info

Tom Olson, PhD, RN, PMHCNS-BC, Interim Dean
102 Robinson Hall
Tel: 617.373.3649
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