All post-certificate MSN students must take the following seven courses - 23 credits
- NU 512 Nursing Theories in Practice - 3 credits
- NU 513 Application of Nursing Research - 3 credits
- NU 505 Epidemiology and Biostatistics - 3 credits
- NU 601 Christian Ethics in Health Care - 3 credits
- NU 700 Advanced Health and Physical Assessment - 4 credits
- NU 701 Pathophysiology - 3 credits
- NU 702 Advanced Pharmacology - 4 credits
One elective from the approved list of MSN elective courses - 3 credits.
- NU 602 Family Dynamics in Diverse Populations - 3 credits
- NU 606 Concepts in Family Nursing - 3 credits
- HC 503 Legal Aspects of Health System Management - 3 credits
- HC 507 Contemporary Issues in Health Care Policy - 3 credits
- NU 576 Health Literacy - 3 credits
If the student's equivalency from the original certificate program, combined with the coursework described above, does not equal 47 credits, additional courses will be required in order for the student to meet the minimum number of credits for graduation with the MSN. These courses would be considered electives, but would be assigned by the MSN Program Director.
The post-certificate MSN can be completed in either one year of full-time study or two years of part-time study. Completion of the program results in the conferral of a Generic MSN.
Course Descriptions for the Completion curriculum can be obtained from the Graduate Catalog.
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