The Baptist School of Health Professions currently offers one Graduate Degree, Master of Science in Nursing (MSN) with a concentration in Nursing Administration.
The Master of Science in Nursing is a fully online degree.
The program builds on undergraduate competencies and prepares the registered nurse with the knowledge and skills to practice as a nurse administrator within complex, changing systems. The MSN with a concentration in Nursing Administration has two curricula components, core courses and concentration courses. The four core courses provide a foundation for the seven concentration courses that focus on the knowledge and skill needed for the nurse to function as an administrator. The Master’s program is based on the established guidelines and standards for master’s level nursing programs. They include the Essentials of Master’s Education in nursing (2011), Nursing Administration Scope and Standards (2009) and the Nurse Executive Competencies (2015).
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Masters of Science in Nursing
The Master of Science in Nursing with a Concentration in Nursing Administration is a degree for Registered Nurses who hold a current nursing license and who have previously completed a Bachelor of Science in Nursing.