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2017-2018 Graduate Academic Catalog 
    
2017-2018 Graduate Academic Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Nursing M.S., (MSN)


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Program Director

Dr. Debra Jenks
Office: CC-167
Phone: (414) 277-4516
Email: jenks@msoe.edu

The Leadership and Management track of the Master of Science in Nursing (MSN) program from MSOE, with its unique blend of nursing and business concepts, will equip graduates with the knowledge and skills necessary to function effectively in the health care environment. MSOE’s MSN program is based on the fact that nurses at mid-management, executive levels and nurse entrepreneurs must have the capacity to manage financial resources, manage human capital, analyze large data sets, understand complex organizational systems, and ensure quality and safety, all through the lens of nursing practice. The curriculum in the MSN program meets this need by blending the expertise of the faculty of the School of Nursing and the Rader School of Business with the student’s knowledge and experience. 

Designed to accommodate busy working professionals, courses are available through either online  or via blended-online format. The on-line format allows convenience for distance learning while the  blended-on-line format combines the benefits of face-to-face interaction with the convenience of online learning.  Both formats provide flexibility to balance graduate education with work and family responsibilities.

Vision

The MSOE School of Nursing aspires to excellence in educating nurses, who impact society as expert practitioners, leaders and scholars.

Mission

The mission of the School of Nursing graduate programs is to develop transformational leaders who possess essential knowledge and competencies to address complex and dynamic health issues in diverse settings. 

Faculty

Dr. Victoria Carlson- Oehlers, Robin Gates, Dr. Debra L. Jenks, Dr. Brian King, Dr. Aruna Lal, Dr. Sheila Leander, Catherine Leffler, Christine Olson, Dr. Jane Paige, Rhonda Powell, Dr. Mari St. Claire, Ellen Toth, Dr. Renee Wenzlaff

Program Goals

  • Lead others and manage resources in complex health care systems with a sense of social and ethical responsibility.
  • Have the knowledge and skills desired by employers to progress in their desired career path.
  • Improve systems in health care to positively impact outcomes for patients, families, and communities.

Student Program Outcomes

  • Exhibit exemplary professional practice in the role of leader, mentor and role model for nurses.
  • Effectively lead and manage the nursing workforce and/or interprofessional teams to deliver high quality, safe patient care.
  • Understand and utilize evidence based practice in making decisions that are clinically and fiscally responsible.
  • Create an environment where relationships are valued, shared decision making is expected, and where patient care is the main focus.
  • Recognize the professional, ethical, and social responsibility inherent in the role of manager and leader.
  • Manage the process of change with a strategic plan that moves the organization forward with an awareness of systems and operational issues.
  • Embrace the use of a variety of technologies as an efficient and effective method to support data drive decisions as well as deliver high quality patient care.
  • Value the importance of engaging in ongoing personal and professional development through a process of lifelong learning.
  • Practice sound financial management with an awareness of the impact of finances on patient safety and quality.

MSN: Leadership and Management Track 2.1


Note:


  • Courses may be offered in an alternate sequence. Students will work with an academic advisor to plan.
  • Courses may be offered 100% online as well as hybrid format.

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