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Post Masters Certificate: Nursing Administration
The online Post Master's Certificate in Nursing Administration meets the needs of nurses with a master's degree in nursing looking to advance their roles in management supervision or executive administration in the health care field. In this 24-credit program you will develop your nursing leadership skills in areas such as financial resource management, strategic and project planning, and the supervision of the delivery of health care.
- Classes offered online in 12-week trimesters - 24 total credits.
- Move through the program in a supportive cohort model.
- Transfer credits from another graduate program accredited by a national accrediting agency.
- Credits must be earned within the past five years with a grade of B or higher.
- Associate Dean of the Department of Graduate Nursing will determine the equivalency of courses and transfer credits on an individual basis after you are accepted into the program.
- Credit-bearing academic course work may be accepted with the approval of the associate dean of the graduate program.
- Completed admissions application
- Master of Science in Nursing from a program accredited by a national accreditation agency and approved by the Board of Nursing with a 3.0 or higher GPA
- Official transcripts of past collegiate work including post-baccalaureate work
- Licensure as a registered professional nurse in New Jersey
- Two professional and/or academic references
- Successful completion of an undergraduate course in Statistics
- Successful completion of a graduate course in Nursing research
- Personal statement
NURS 600: Scientific Underpinnings of Practice
NURS 610: Transformational Leadership
CS 630: Information Systems/Technology and Management of Data
NURS 650: Strategic Planning and Project Management
NURS 631: Healthcare Finance: Concepts and Issues
NURS 620: Critique of Quality and Safety Practices
NURS 641: Population Health Management
NURS 646: Health Systems Leadership Seminar
*Curriculum list is subject to change.