SCHOOL OF NURSING

MASTER OF SCIENCE IN NURSING PROGRAM

 

DEGREE PLAN

 HEALTH SYSTEMS LEADERSHIP: LEADER/MANAGER ROLE

 

Graduate Plan of Study for new students as of Summer 2008

 

Four Semester Plan (36 Hours)

Course Number

Course Name

Hours

Course Number

Course Name

Hours

Semester I

Semester II

N6000

Caring and the Advanced Practice of Nursing

1-0-1

N6400

Scholarly Inquiry in Nursing

3-0-3

N6100

Theoretical Foundations of Nursing Practice

3-0-3

N6601

 

Role of the Nurse as Leader/Manager

2-0-2

N6300

Health Care Delivery Systems

3-0-3

N6487

Specialty Nursing Practicum

0-8-2

N6401

Health Promotion and Advanced Health Assessment

2-3-3

 

 

 

Semester III

Semester IV

N6602

Problem Solving in Health Systems Leadership

2-0-2

N6603

Outcomes Evaluation in Health Systems Leadership

2-0-2

N6687

Health Systems Leadership Role Practicum I

0-8-2

N6887

Health Systems Leadership Role Practicum II

0-8-2

N6403

Advanced Applied Pharmacology

3-0-3

N6404

Advanced Pathophysiology

3-0-3

N6987

Project

Variable 1-3

N6500

Data Analysis in Nursing

2-0-2

 

Six Semester Plan (36 Hours)

Course Number

Course Name

Hours

Course Number

Course Name

Hours

Semester I

Semester II

N6000

Caring and the Advanced Practice of Nursing

1-0-1

N6400

Scholarly Inquiry in Nursing

3-0-3

N6100

Theoretical Foundations of Nursing Practice

3-0-3

N6487

Specialty Nursing Practicum

0-8-2

N6401

Health Promotion and Advanced Health Assessment

2-3-3

 

 

 

Semester III

Semester IV

N6300

Health Care Delivery Systems

3-0-3

N6601

Role of the Nurse as Leader/Manager

2-0-2

N6403

Advanced Applied Pharmacology

3-0-3

N6404

Advanced Pathophysiology

3-0-3

Semester V

Semester VI

N6602

Problem Solving in Health Systems Leadership

2-0-2

N6603

Outcomes Evaluation in Health Systems Leadership

2-0-2

N6687

Health Systems Leadership Role Practicum I

0-8-2

N6887

Health Systems Leadership Role Practicum II

0-8-2

N6987

Project

Variable 1-3

N6500

Data Analysis in Nursing

2-0-2

                                                    *N6999 Thesis optional (3-6 credits)

                                                      A description of each of the above courses can be found in the UWG Graduate Catalog.

 Rev. 12/12/07