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Program Requirements and Course Detail

Master of Science in Nursing

34 Total Credits

  • 16 Core Credits
  • 9 Cognate/elective Credits
  • 9–10 Specialization Credits 

Master of Science in Nursing Core

NUR 609: Perspective Transformation I: Socialization into a Community of Scholarly Caring (3 credits)

NUR 610: Theoretical Perspectives in Nursing (3 credits)

NUR 619: Scholarly Inquiry in Nursing (3 credits)

NUR 621: Advanced Nursing Practice (3 credits)

NUR 633: Perspective Transformation II (3 credits)

Nursing Education Specialization

NUR 615: Theories of Learning and Teaching for the Health Professions (3 credits)

NUR 627: Theoretical Basis of Nursing Education (3 credits)

NUR 631: Practicum and Seminar in Nursing Education (3–4 credits)

Nursing Management Specialization

NUR 600: Theories of Economics and Finance for Nurse Administrators (3 credits)

NUR 625: Theoretical Basis of Nursing Management (3 credits)

NUR 630: Practicum and Seminar in Nursing Management (3–4 credits)

Public Health Specialization

NUR 651: Epidemiology (3 credits)

NUR 629: Theoretical Basis of Public Health Nursing (3 credits)

NUR 661: Practicum and Seminar in Public Health Nursing (3–4 credits)

* Cognates/elective courses are selected from nursing and other disciplines to support a student’s specialization.

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