The Master of Science in Nursing with a focus in nursing administration offers advanced nursing practice knowledge, skills, and abilities to be an effective nurse administrator while providing the opportunity for personal and career growth. Students will be equipped with the tools needed by nurse administrators to lead and direct departments and programs in health-care organizations. Opportunities to explore topics such as international health care, policy development, and project management are an integral part of the curriculum.
Building on the tradition of excellence of the School of Nursing’s baccalaureate program, this 37- credit-hour program can be completed in as few as 26 months. Graduates will be eligible for ANCC certification as a Nurse Executive (NE-BC) once work requirements are met.
Anderson University will be phasing out the Master of Science in Nursing graduate program after the 2016-17 academic year. All students currently enrolled will be able to finish their degree. We will not be enrolling new students into the graduate program for 2017-18 and beyond.