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Sep 30 2017

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Specialize Your MSN with Nursing Management and Organizational Leadership Credentials

You’ll be equipped and qualified to lead the change in healthcare organizations and shape the future of nursing when you choose Nursing Management and Organizational Leadership as the specialization for your Master of Science Nursing. This is one of five specializations offered by our CCNE-accredited MSN program, specifically designed to be 100% online, giving you maximum flexibility.

Total Tuition: $18,540

Next Start Date: 09/18/17
(monthly starts)

Course length: 8 weeks

MSN Nursing Management and Organizational Leadership Curriculum

A specialization in Nursing Management and Organizational Leadership examines the various human resource challenges facing an organization as well as the dynamic nature of the strategic planning and management processes. Our rigorous curriculum covers long-range planning, including budgeting, analysis, reporting and developing a capital budget. Key courses include:

You Can Afford It

Most of our students graduate debt free by taking advantage of our flexible payment options and 0% financing. Comparing costs for higher education can be tricky. Find everything you need for a total cost comparison here and you’ll see why earning your MSN with American Sentinel offers great value.

My MSN specialization really gave me leadership knowledge I wouldn’t have gotten otherwise. I am forever grateful to American Sentinel. I had excellent advisors, including Abigail, and a great experience overall.

Jenny Lucy
MSN, Nusing Management and Organizational Leadership
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More on the MSN Nursing Management and Organizational Leadership

Gain Market-relevant Knowledge and Practical Experience

Our MSN Nursing Management and Organizational Leadership graduates assume management roles in a wide variety of healthcare organizations where they:

  • Manage resources and direct healthcare teams
  • Design and implement strategic initiatives
  • Develop evidence-based practices
  • Apply technology and critical thinking to solve problems

What You’ll Learn

Graduates with our M.S. Nursing, Nursing Management and Organizational Leadership degree will be able to:

  • Analyze organizational structures and policies to address organizational issues.
  • Appraise strategic, operational and financial planning processes in health care settings.
  • Implement human resource management principles as an organizational leader.
  • Internalize various organizational and leadership concepts into personal leadership values.
  • Integrate roles as leaders and collaborators in various healthcare settings.
  • Use theoretical knowledge to guide advanced nursing practice.
  • Analyze models that expand the role of nurses in a global society.
  • Evaluate legislation, policies, and economics as applied to the current healthcare environment.
  • Appraise research to enhance professional nursing practice.

How You Will Learn

All coursework for the Master of Science Nursing is 100% online and includes Practice Experiences. Practice experiences do not involve hands-on patient care. Unlike the clinical experiences you completed to become a registered nurse, practice experiences are built in to your courses and do not add additional work.

Practice experiences are interactive learning opportunities where you get to apply the concepts you are learning to real world scenarios. They are an important requirement for accreditation, as it enables students to demonstrate educational competencies.

The mission of the MSN program is to prepare highly qualified professional nursing personnel to serve global healthcare communities as administrators, educators, and informatics specialists.

  • Active, unencumbered RN license
  • Bachelor of science nursing degree with a minimum GPA of 2.0
  • Up to 18 credit hours can be transferred in
  • Foreign students must hold a comparable degree as determined by NACES member outside evaluation service
  • No GRE or other placement test is required service

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Thinking about earning your degree with American Sentinel University? Join American Sentinel’s Admissions department and a nursing faculty member as they answer your questions about the BSN, BSN/MSN, and MSN programs.

Student Stories

New York Critical Care Nurse Earns BSN, Begins MSN, Nursing Education Specialization

Sharon VanDalinda had considered earning her BSN for years, but was sparked into action by the Institute of Medicine report recommendation that 80 percent of nurses hold baccalaureate degrees by 2020 – not one to stop when she’s on a roll, Sharon decided to earn her MSN as well.

Iowa Nurse Earns BSN, Begins MSN, With Eyes on Nursing Education

Instilled with incredible drive by her parents, Eva Aguilar earned her BSN, and acting on a promise to her sisters taken too soon, Eva continued further to earn her MSN.

25-Year Geisinger Nurse Earns BSN, Begins MSN

Tracey Bixler earned the BSN when her employer, Geisinger encouraged her to go back to school – but she wouldn’t stop there, now she’s earning her MSN too.


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