A nursing administration concentration graduate is prepared and develops a cadre of nurse administrator and executive skills to assume first-line and middle management, and leadership roles in diverse health care organizational settings.
As leaders in nursing education, research, and community engagement, our faculty has a collective vision to nurture innovation as we chart our path for the future. Our primary goal is to support you in becoming an integral part of our learning community to address society's need for caring, knowledgeable, and scientifically well-prepared, nurse professionals.
In the nursing administration concentration, we will prepare you to meet the ANCC and AONE certification competencies as a nurse administrator and leader. These competencies include striving for excellence in:
In applying these skills, we will encourage you to be innovative and evidence-based in your approach to nursing administration to support the delivery of high quality, safe patient care.
The application deadlines for the Nursing Administration Concentration are February 1 and September 1.