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Online Master of Science in Nursing with a Specialization in Nurse Administrator (RN to MSN) Courses

RN to Master of Science in Nursing***
Area II Foundation Requirements: 14 Credits
BIO2070 Microbiology, 4 Credit Hours

(must be taken concurrently with BIO2071 or BIO2073)

BIO2071 Microbiology Lab, 2 Credit Hours



BIO2073 Microbiology Laboratory, 2 Credit Hours


(required for BSN; RN to BSN students ONLY can take either)

CHM1010 General Chemistry, 4 Credit Hours
NTR2050 Nutrition, 4 Credit Hours
Graduate Nursing (Students must complete core credits and one specialization)
MSN Core: 20 Credits
NSG5000 Role of the Advanced Practice Nurse: Transformational Leadership in Advanced Practice, 4 Credit Hours
NSG5002 Advanced Theoretical Perspectives for Nursing, 4 Credit Hours
NSG5003 Advanced Pathophysiology, 4 Credit Hours


NSG6002 Health Policy and Health Promotion in Advanced Nursing Practice, 4 Credit Hours
NSG6101 Nursing Research Methods, 4 Credit Hours
Specialization in Nurse Administrator: 28 Credits for Specialization, 219 Total Credits for Program

Offered at South University, Online Programs.

MHC6306 Human Resource Management in Healthcare Organizations, 4 Credit Hours
NSG6005 Pharmacology, 4 Credit Hours


NSG6601 Managing Complex Healthcare Systems, 4 Credit Hours
NSG6605 Quality Outcomes and Financial Management in Healthcare Organizations, 4 Credit Hours
NSG6620 Practicum I: Quantitative Skills in Nursing Administration, 4 Credit Hours
NSG6630 Practicum II: Qualitative Skills in Nursing Administration, 4 Credit Hours
NSG6999 Graduate Project in Nursing, 4 Credit Hours

**Students wishing to further develop their advanced practice skills should take NSG5003 Advanced Pathophysiology, NSG6001 Advanced Nursing Practice I, and NSG6005 Pharmacology. Students wishing to further develop their management, administration, and technology skills may take LEA5100 Leadership, Organization Theory and Change, LEA5130 Team Building and Group Dynamics, IST5010 Information Technology Infrastructure and/or  PMC6601 Foundations of Project Management in place of NSG5003, NSG6001 , and/or NSG6005. In all cases students should work closely with their Academic Advisors or Academic Counselors to select appropriate coursework that meets their career needs and course prerequisites.

***South University, Online Program Offerings may not be available to residents of all states.  Please contact an admissions representative for further information.