MSN Program Director and Leadership and Management Program Coordinator
Dr. Victoria Carlson-Oehlers
Phone: (414) 277-4537
PMHNP Program Coordinator
Dr. Katelyn Wilson
Phone: (414) 277-4536
Designed to accommodate busy professionals, the Master of Science in Nursing (MSN) courses are available through either online or blended-online format. The on-line format allows convenience for distance learning while the blended-online 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.
The master’s degree program in nursing at Milwaukee School of Engineering is accredited by the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education (http://www.ccneaccreditation.org).
The MSOE School of Nursing sets the standard for excellence in preparing nurses who will impact society as expert practitioners, leaders, and scholars.
MSOE School of Nursing is the academic institution of choice for those seeking an inclusive community of experiential learners who are dedicated to a wholistic, team-based approach for solving complex health challenges of today and tomorrow.
Dr. Jessica Barkimer, Dr. Stephanie Bruce, Dr. Victoria Carlson-Oehlers, Prof. Robin Gates, Dr. Debra L. Jenks, Dr. Amy Ketchum, Dr. Jennifer Klug, Dr. Aruna Lal, Dr. Kathleen Mussatto, Dr. Havilah Normington, Dr. Jane Paige, Dr. Melinda Rodriguez-Salus, Dr. Carol Sabel, Dr. Heidi Wheeler, Dr. Katelyn Wilson
Within a few years of graduation, graduates of the MSN program at MSOE will be able to:
- 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
Graduates of the MSN program at MSOE will be able to:
- Lead and facilitate professional and ethical accountability incorporating advanced practice nursing strategies to enhance the humanistic principles of health
- Formulate a systems approach to analyze, design, and evaluate policies and processes including those that address issues of equity, inclusion and diversity, structural racism, and discrimination in healthcare
- Exhibit exemplary nursing practice in the role of leader, mentor, and advocate through self-reflective practice and the application of person-centered care
- Engage, lead, and manage the operations impacting the nursing workforce. Foster interprofessional teams to deliver evidenced-based, cost effective, and holistic care for diverse individuals and populations
- Synthesize current and emerging evidence to address practice gaps, determine policy, and evaluate outcomes
- Demonstrate a spirit of inquiry that promotes engagement in scholarship, mentorship, and ongoing self-reflection that culminates in professional maturity
- Collaborate across professions and with stakeholders to increase access, optimize care, and enhance equitable outcomes for affected diverse populations
- Leverage technology and informatics to address needs, gaps, and inefficiencies in administering care and addressing regulatory standards. Evaluate the use of communication technology to engage diverse patient populations to improve consumer health information literacy
School of Nursing (SON) Graduate Student Handbook
Additional policies and procedures are outlined in the SON Graduate Student Handbook. Students are oriented to this document upon admission and annually through graduation. All students are expected to comply with the policies and procedures outlined in the most current edition of the SON Graduate Student Handbook.
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