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Administrative Management

The administrative manager is a nurse prepared through graduate education to lead and manage nursing care departments and service lines across the continuum of care. This nurse professional manages the business of nursing practice through financial management, human resource management, performance improvement, critical thinking skills, use of technology, strategic management and clinical practice knowledge. The administrative manager is skilled in the art of leading people through organizational leadership skills, relationship management, interprofessional collaboration and promotes cultural diversity, social justice and shared decision making. The administrative manager is an advocate for the profession and demonstrates a commitment to learning and development through personal and professional accountability for his/her leadership and management practice. Graduates from the Administrative Management major are eligible for certification through the American Nurses Credentialing Center as a Nurse Executive for the credential, NE-BC.

Admissions Information:

MSN Flyer: Master of Science in Nursing
PhD Flyer: Doctor of Philosophy in Nursing


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