The Case Management MNSc program echoes the College of Nursing mission and philosophy as it prepares the graduate nurse for the advanced practice role as a case manager. The theoretical framework for the program is based on the Case Management Society of America Standards of Practice for Case Managers, the American Association of Colleges of Nursing (AACN) Essentials, and the Code of Professional Conduct for Case Managers.
What you learn
This 38-credit-hour MNSc program will prepare students to serve in a case manager role with a variety of foci: population health, scholarly excellence, quality improvement, patient outcomes, and care/discharge planning across the lifespan. Other case management topics students will master include communication strategies with patients and stakeholders, policies and legislation for reimbursement, and institutional effectiveness. Graduates of the Case Management program will be prepared to address workforce needs and can be employed by hospitals, clinics, healthcare systems, insurance companies, and community organizations.
Elizabeth Riley, DNP, APRN, CPNP-AC, PED-BC, RNC-NIC, CNE, ANEF
Nurse Educator Specialty Coordinator
MNSc Program Director