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Online MSN in Nursing Administration Program
Enroll in Felician’s online MSN in Nursing Administration program and take the next step toward successfully becoming a Nursing Executive, Director of Nursing, Chief Nursing Officer, Wellness Program Director, or Nurse Manager. This program is perfect for licensed nurses with a Bachelor of Science in Nursing who are looking to earn their Master of Science in Nursing in a convenient, online format. To earn the MSN degree, students must finish 30 credits, which can be completed in as little as 19 months.
Students develop the overall skills and competencies to establish administrative procedures to improve patient care, implement health policy strategies, and become ethical leaders in a culture of excellence. Our nursing professors have extensive real-world healthcare experience and are certified to design and facilitate online courses. The curriculum for the MSN Nursing Administration is based on the American Organization of Nurse Executives (AONE) Nurse Executive Competencies.
Students who complete the MSN in Nursing Administration degree leave the program with the skills needed to take on leadership roles in healthcare, optimize health outcomes, apply advanced knowledge learned in the program in their careers, and act ethically in all aspects of the nursing practice. Courses in the program include Population Health Management, Transformational Leadership, and a seminar in Health Systems Leadership, to name a few. Follow this link to learn more about MSN Nursing Administration program outcomes.
Students will complete 300 academically supervised competency hours during this program.
Felician University’s MSN in Nursing Administration is accredited by The Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education (CCNE) and the online delivery of the program is accredited by the Middle States Association on Higher Education. These accreditations ensure that our program continues to grow and meet the high standards of both organizations.
The MSN in Nursing Administration program uses rolling admissions. To learn more about how to apply, visit the apply now page. Interested in learning more before applying? Request more information today!