The Healthcare Education Administration MSN Program is designed to prepare leaders of administrative teams in colleges, universities and/or other healthcare education settings, who will influence and implement institutional policies during periods of healthcare reform, restructuring, and changes affecting student, faculty, and staff outcomes.


Students who completed another master’s degree cannot transfer any courses in to complete this master’s degree.

Core Course Requirements (6 credits)

These core courses are required for all MSN tracks:

  • NURS 6600 Intro to Adv. Nursing Philosophies, Theories, Roles and Issues (3 credits)
  • NURS 7701 Advanced Research and Evidence Based Practice (3 credits)

Advanced Nursing Courses (11 credits)

  • NURS 7771 Seminar in Issues in Nursing Education (3 credits)
  • NURS 8008 Information Systems for Healthcare (3 credits)
  • NURS 8010 Health Quality Assessmentand Outcomes (3 credits)
  • NURS 7718 Administrative Practicum (2 credits)

Education Courses (9 credits)

  • MHEA 6602 College Student Development (3 credits)
  • MHEA 6604 Governance, Planning and Finance in Higher Education (3 credits)
  • MADS 6609 Productivity and Human Performance (3 credits)

MBA courses (7 credits, select from)

  • MGMT 5400 Business and Society (1 credit)
  • MGMT 6400 Organization Behavior and Leadership (3 credits)
  • MGMT 6607 Leading Strategic Change and Sustainability (3 credits)
  • MGMT 6607 Data Analytics and Science (3 credits)

Total credits: 33

Total immersion hours: 120

To apply for this program

Apply for graduate nursing programs either online or by completing the graduate application document (with instructions).

Contact Information
Gina Lugo (Administrative Coordinator)
(201) 692-2882