Nursing Administration, Certificate
The Certificate of Graduate Study in Nursing Administration is for students who hold a master’s degree in nursing and choose to pursue additional knowledge in the area of nursing administration. The program’s curriculum is designed to prepare professional nurses to enter leadership roles and work within interdisciplinary teams to improve system and population health services in a variety of health care settings.
Graduates of the program may be eligible to sit for certification examination as a nurse manager or nurse executive.
- Apply theoretical knowledge to the practice of advanced nursing roles.
- Utilize evidence to address population health problems.
- Demonstrate professionalism at the advanced nursing level in the clinical setting.
- Pursue quality, effectiveness, and innovation in shared leadership of interprofessional health teams.
Requirements for Earning the Certificate Include the Following
- Completion of an approved program of study;
- a GPA of 3.00 (on a 4.00 scale) on all courses attempted for graduate credit and all courses numbered 700 and above;
- a GPA of 3.00 (on a 4.00 scale) on all courses on the approved program of study
(Total program 18 credit hours)
|NURS 720||Clinical Application of Population Analysis||3|
|NURS 734||Conceptual Basis of Health Systems||3|
|NURS 738||Financing of Health Care||3|
|NURS 740||Facilitative Processes in Nursing Administration||3|
|NURS 741||Coordinating Processes in Nursing Administration 1||3|
|NURS 742||Integrative Processes in Nursing Administration 1||3|
|Total Credit Hours||18|
Indicates courses with practicum hours.