ELM-MSN: Healthcare Administration and Leadership

The entry-level master’s option in healthcare administration and leadership prepares nurses for early to mid-level management and leadership roles in myriad healthcare settings. Students acquire the knowledge and skills necessary to lead and manage a team of healthcare providers in organizations, functioning in areas such as operations management, project management, and healthcare consulting. The program emphasizes competencies needed for graduates to apply for the American Nurses Credentialing Center (ANCC) and American Organization of Nurse Executives (AONE) nurse leadership certifications through examinations.

Contact the School of Nursing for specific program availability and locations. Prelicensure coursework must be completed prior to beginning Healthcare Administration and Leadership coursework. Students must have the equivalent of one year of RN clinical experience prior to enrollment in GNRS 567 Healthcare Administration and Leadership Supervised Practicum.

Academic Core Courses
GNRS 506Spiritual Concept Analysis in Health Care3
GNRS 613Graduate Statistics3
GNRS XXX (Choose 7 elective units)7
Healthcare Administration and Leadership Courses
GNRS 543Transitions Across the Care Continuum4
MGMT 516High Performance People Management3
MGMT 517Managing Human Capital3
GNRS 560Strategic Leadership in Healthcare3
GNRS 567Healthcare Administration and Leadership Supervised Practicum3
GNRS 568Healthcare Finance4
GNRS 596Foundations of Healthcare Informatics3
Concluding Course
GNRS 597Comprehensive Examination Directed Study1
Total Units37