The Master of Nursing Science program prepares nurses as advanced practice registered nurses in the role of an administrator.
What you will learn
Students will participate in an advanced practicum where they will work 17+ hours per week with top level nurse executives at major health institutions. They will experience a full range of administration, management, and leadership duties. Graduates of the program will be prepared didactically to sit for top level nursing administration certification.
The Nursing Administration and Case Management Master’s specialty will admit in the fall semester. The MNSc Nursing Administration and Case Management specialty application deadlines will be in the spring (for fall admission) each year. Students who choose Nursing Administration or Case Management are not eligible to complete the nurse practitioner-focused Post-BSN to DNP program.
Master of Nursing Science Program
|Specialty (Fall Start)||Application Deadline |
|Fall (August) Start|
|Nursing Administration||April 1st, 2023||Classes for new master’s students begin each August.|
|Nursing Education||April 1st, 2023||This program can only be taken with Nurse Administration.|
|Case Management||June 1st, 2023||Classes for new master’s students begin each August.|
Elizabeth Riley, DNP, RNC-NIC, CNE
Clinical Assistant Professor &
Specialty Coordinator for the Nurse Educator Track