NUR-722 Nursing Administration: Seminar and Role Practicum
Nursing Administration: Seminar and Role Practicum provides the student with the opportunity to experience the role of nurse administrator/executive. An individualized nursing administration practicum in a specific area of clinical emphasis is chosen by the student and monitored by the mentor and on-ground preceptor. Competencies that govern the role of the nurse administrator/executive are explored in depth. Students focus on the context for enacting the role of nurse administrator/executive in a healthcare delivery system. Students engage in a reflective discussion of nursing administration issues and experiences in the online seminar. This course requires completion of 150 practicum hours.
Prerequisite: All other MSN degree and Nursing Administration certificate requirements except NUR-732: Nursing Administration: Seminar and Process Practicum*. Submission of all documents and requirements outlined in the Practicum Packet including a criminal background check.
Advisory: Students who do not have updated e-Portfolios will not be able to register for this course.
*Students may register for one elective concurrent with this course.
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