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MSU Master of Science in Nursing
News for English Test VocabularyThe McNeese State University College of Nursing Graduate Program in cooperation with the Intercollegiate Consortium for a Master of Science Degree in Nursing, offers a program of advanced nursing studies for Southern Louisiana. The program reflects the missions of McNeese State University, the College of Nursing and the Intercollegiate Consortium for a Master of Science in Nursing.

Graduate nursing education seeks to stimulate continued intellectual growth and commitment to lifelong learning. The program builds upon the critical thinking, therapeutic intervention, and communication skills developed in the undergraduate program to influence the health care of members of a multicultural world community.

The scope of advanced nursing practice is derived from the American Nurses Association Scope and Standards of Advanced Practice Registered Nursing, the American Association of Colleges of Nursing Essentials of Master's Education for Advanced Practice Nursing, and the NONPF Curriculum Guidelines and Programs Standards for Nurse Practitioner Education. Graduates of the program are prepared to assume leadership roles in nursing education, nursing administration, and advanced clinical nursing practice.

Within the consortium arrangement, the curriculum encompasses the concept of specialization along the developmental life span of the human being. The program provides students with an opportunity to develop advanced skills and knowledge of clients with a variety of complex health care problems, while encouraging diversity in nursing functions and levels of intervention.

The Master of Science in Nursing Program aims to prepare graduates that:
  • Possess a background for practice from sciences and humanities
  • Possess organizational and systems leadership
  • Possess a concern for quality improvement and safety
  • Translates and integrates scholarship into practice
  • Uses informatics and healthcare technologies
  • Advocates for health policy to improve care
  • Practices inter-professional collaboration for improving patient and population health outcomes
  • Participates in clinical prevention and population health for improving health
  • Possess master's level nursing practice competencies
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