Nursing - Care Coordination and Transition Management Concentration (M.S.N.)

The MSN in Nursing with a concentration in Care Coordination and Transition Management is a 63 credit face to face, pre-licensure degree program which prepares students for generalist nursing practice with specialty knowledge in care coordination and transition management. Note: This track does not accept students who are registered nurses, nor is it available in online format.  For details about this program, including program description, admission requirements, and contact information, click here.

Program Requirements

Nursing Core
NURS 500Issues Affecting Health Care and Health Policy3
NURS 505Advanced Pathophysiology3
NURS 510Informatics and Data Management3
NURS 515Advanced Pharmacology3
NURS 520Nursing Research and Evidence Based Practice3
NURS 535Genetics and Genomics3
NURS 501Fundamentals of Professional Nursing4
NURS 502Introduction to Care Coordination and Transition Management3
NURS 525Advanced Health Assessment4
NURS 601Care Coordination for Adults and Elderly I: Didactic and Practicum6
NURS 602Care Coordination: Childbearing Family6
NURS 603Care Coordination for Infants, Children, and Adolescents: Didactic and Practicum6
NURS 604Care Coordination for Family Centered Behavioral Health: Didactic and Practicum6
NURS 606Population and Global Health: Didactic and Practicum6
NURS 607Care Coordination for Adults and Elderly II: Didactic and Practicum6
NURS 641Nursing Synthesis Coordination Capstone6
Total Credits71