The Master of Science in Nursing program at Cedar Crest College is designed to prepare students to function as nurse leaders in a wide variety of practice and educational settings. The program is innovative in approach and design, offering students a part-time, year-round track in Family/Individual Across the Lifespan Nurse Practitioner and Adult Gerontology Acute Care Nurse Practitioner and part- and full-time tracks in Nurse Administrator and Nurse Educator tracks.
Graduates will be prepared to assume leadership positions in a variety of clinical practice roles and will be equipped to influence change within the healthcare delivery systems of the twenty-first century. The nurse administrator and nurse educator tracks foster development of nursing leadership skills that will enable graduates to assess and evaluate nursing and healthcare practice systems, educational methods, and research findings, while also equipping students to develop evidence-based practice changes in healthcare agencies or academic institutions. Graduates will be prepared to continue their education in doctoral programs of study.
Master of Science in Nursing Program Goals and Expected Learning Outcomes
- Integrate knowledge of theory and research to develop a comprehensive and ethical approach for nursing practice, education, and administration in a global society.
- Utilize advanced clinical knowledge and skill to promote, maintain, and/or restore optimum wellness to clients.
- Articulate the issues and trends that affect the social, economic, political, and
- institutional forces that influence nursing and health care delivery.
- Critically appraise and utilize scientific, expert, and other sources of knowledge to ensure quality outcomes in the context of evidence-based practice.
- Develop collaborative and inter-professional relationships to improve health outcomes in a variety of settings.
- Conceptual and Theoretical Foundations for Nursing
- Informatics and Technology in Nursing
- Physiology and Pathophysiology for Advanced Practice Nursing Across the Lifespan
- Primary Care of the Family & Individual Across the Lifespan
- Advanced Health Assessment & Clinical Reasoning for the Adult-Gerontology Acute Care Nurse Practitioner
- Clinical Residency
- Adult-Gerontology, Traumatic Injury & Emergency Illnesses Diagnosis & Management
- Nursing Care Delivery Systems
- Resources for the Delivery of Nursing
- 24 months
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- Official secondary school transcripts
- Official university transcripts, if appropriate
- Original score reports for the TOEFL, SAT or ACT, when appropriate
- Statement of financial support
- Personal essay in English
- Two letters of recommendation from a teacher or academic counselor in English or accompanied by a certified English translation
International43698 USD/yearTuition FeeBased on the tuition of 901 USD per credit during 24 months.
National43698 USD/yearTuition FeeBased on the tuition of 901 USD per credit during 24 months.
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