Master of Science in Nursing–Administration
Advance your nursing career with a master’s degree focused on developing health care’s next leaders.
Set yourself up for career advancement and leadership opportunities by earning a Master’s Degree in Nursing–Administration.
The Master of Science in Nursing–Administration program focuses on the latest in health care policy, finance and organizational management to build a skillset that goes beyond clinical care. You’ll develop the leadership skills you need to guide teams of nurses as they deliver valuable care. You’ll establish the policy expertise required to make decisions about how nursing programs operate.
This program is designed to advance your career and won’t ask you to put it on hold. The online work is supplemented by two sessions on campus to help students gain the experience they need.
Master of Science in Nursing–Administration Total Credits: 33
|IPC 501*||Health Promotion and Disease Prevention in a Diverse Society||3|
|IPC 502*||Innovation and Technology||3|
|IPC 511*||Graduate Research||3|
|IPC 512*||Health Care Policy and Finance||3|
|IPC 550*||Integrating Experience I||NC|
|IPC 601*||Leadership in Healthcare||3|
|IPC 650*||Integrating Experience II||NC|
|NHA 521||Health Systems Organization and Management||3|
|NHA 522||Organizational Behavior and Process Improvement in Health Care||3|
|NHA 601||Quantitative Business Analysis||3|
|NHA 602||Strategic Planning||3|
|NUR 620||Applied Practice in Nursing Administration||3|
|Total Combined Credits||33|
|*Interprofessional collaborative core course|
|NC = Non-Credit Bearing|
The master’s degree programs in nursing at Pennslyvania College of Health Sciences are accredited by the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education. See more accreditation information.