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Graduates are prepared as case managers able to synthesize innovation principles and best available evidence to lead interprofessional teams to design, deliver and evaluate care coordination practices that are patient-centered; improve health, safety and cost outcomes; and enhance quality and access to care across diverse populations.
This program supports preparation for national certification as a case manager through the American Nurses Credentialing Center.
Nursing (Care Coordination), MS
College of Nursing and Health Innovation
The Plan of Study is the required curriculum to complete the program.
This degree follows the general graduate application deadlines.
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Required Core (15 credit hours)
DNP 601 Theoretical Foundations for Advance Practice Nursing (3)
DNP 602 Evaluating Research for Practice (3)
NUR 501 Individual and Innovation Leadership in Advanced Nursing Practice (3)
NUR 502 Advanced Health Assessment, Pathophysiology and Pharmacotherapeutics for Health Promotion I (3)
NUR 503 Advanced Health Assessment, Pathophysiology and Pharmacotherapeutics for Health Promotion II (3)
Concentration (12 credit hours)
NUR 510 Foundations of Care Coordination Practice (3)
NUR 511 Concepts of Care Coordination and the Nurse's Role (3)
NUR 512 Improving Quality and Safety Outcomes through Effective Care Coordination (3)
NUR 513 Interprofessional Collaborative Practice and Transforming Health Care Policy (3)
Other Requirements (5 credit hours)
NUR 509 Clinical Prevention and Population Health Practicum (2)
NUR 519 Role-Focused Practicum: Care Coordination (3)
Culminating Experience (3 credit hours)
NUR 593 Applied Project (3)