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Nursing Leadership and Health Policy Masters
Master of Science - Nursing Leadership/Health Policy
|Tuition||Credits for graduation||Time to Complete|
|$1,095 /credit||42 semester hours||2 years|
The MS in Nursing Leadership/Health Policy prepares nurses to assume leadership roles in an increasingly demanding healthcare field. The program teaches students health policy development, advocacy, research, implementation, and evaluation. Graduates of the MS in Nursing Leadership/Health Policy are prepared to work in hospitals, legislative agencies, healthcare companies, and other health-related organizations.
You will learn current policy issues impacting nursing and health care, how policy is made, and how to lead and influence the development of health policy through effective advocacy in the political process.
The MS in Nurse Leadership/Health Policy consists of 14 courses.
- Concepts in Nursing Leadership
- Issues in National Health Policy
- Healthcare Quality Management
The required mentorship allows you to apply classroom learning in a professional setting where you will develop your skills, learn from professionals working in the field, and build your professional network. Recent placements include Partners HealthCare, Brigham and Women's Hospital, Faulkner Hospital, and Joslin Diabetes Center. Recent graduates are working at Boston Children’s Hospital, Arbour Health Systems, and the Boston Medical Center.
Master of Science Nursing Leadership/Health Policy is designed for students with a Bachelor of Science in Nursing.
- Completed application form; transcripts from undergraduate degree and all prerequisites courses
- Undergraduate GPA of 3.25 or higher; completed prerequisites
- Resume, Statement of Purpose, and two letters of recommendation
- Interview with the Program Director may be required