Master of Science Nursing, Management and Organizational Leadership Specialization
The nursing management and organizational leadership specialization is designed for experienced professionals seeking to develop their nursing leadership skills. The nursing leadership specialization prepares students to advance their leadership and management abilities and work toward the achievement of optimal health in the dynamic health care system.
Through case studies and hands-on course work, nurses examine the various human resource challenges facing an organization as well as the dynamic nature of the strategic planning and management processes. Courses cover long-range planning, including budgeting, analysis, reporting and developing a capital budget.
Students are prepared for careers in nursing administration and health information management where they will manage resources, collaborate with a variety of other professionals and apply technology, information systems and critical thinking to their jobs.
Students graduating with American Sentinel's CCNE-accredited MSN, nursing management and organizational leadership specialization, complete 36 credit hours of course work. Students may be eligible to transfer up to 18 credit hours from previous graduate study.
Specialization Learning Outcomes
- Graduates of the MSN program, nursing management and organizational leadership specialization, will be able to:
- Propose new organizational structures and policies to address organizational issues.
- Develop strategic, operational and financial planning documents.
- Interpret labor laws and union bargaining agreements to plan for human resource initiatives.
- Adapt leadership theory to personal leadership style.