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Master of Science in Nursing

If you aspire to leadership in nursing education or within complex healthcare systems, the Master of Science in Nursing program branches into two specialty tracks – Nursing Education and Nursing Administration. Coursework for both MSN degree paths is offered mostly online, with a short residency requirement.

Graduates are prepared for roles of increasing accountability and responsibility as administrators in the areas of education and organizational leadership in a variety of healthcare settings. Students are equipped to practice in a culturally and ethnically diverse global society.

Areas of focus in Nursing Administration track coursework include:

  • Professional role development
  • Knowledge translation
  • Quality improvement and safety
  • Ethics and health policy
  • Financial and resource management
  • Organizational leadership

Evidence-based experiences in various settings can provide students with opportunities to function as nurse administrators.

Nursing Education candidates are developed in the following areas:

  • Professional role development
  • Knowledge translation
  • Quality improvement and safety
  • Ethics and health policy
  • Curriculum development and implementation
  • Outcome measurement and evaluation

Additionally, evidence-based experiences in various settings can provide students with opportunities to function as nurse educators. This track will address the critical nursing faculty shortage in Kentucky and the United States.

An RN (ADN or Diploma) to MSN Bridge Option is available for both tracks. The Master of Science in Nursing is a new 36 credit-hour program scheduled to begin in Fall 2015.