The H.C.S.M. program focuses on the knowledge and skills needed to succeed in a variety of leadership positions in health care organizations. The the MSN-HCSM requires 36 credit hours of graduate coursework.
|NURS 703||Theories in Health Care Systems|
|NURS 709||Legal and Ethical Issues in Health Care|
|NURS 712||Nursing Financial Resources I|
|NURS 716||Health Care Quality and Safety|
|NURS 724||Outcomes Measurement and Data Management|
|NURS 732||Population Health Management|
|NURS 735||Advanced Research Methods|
|NURS 740||Health Care Systems|
|NURS 744||Nursing Financial Resources II|
|NURS 748||Human Resource Management|
|NURS 752||Health Cares Systems Residency|
*H.C.S.M. Practicum: A preceptor model of mentorship will be used in which care managers and nurse managers in local and regional health care organizations play a substantial role in the practical component of the program.