Nursing Administration

As of December 2015, the Marshall University Graduate Program in Nursing Administration ranked among the 30 most affordable nursing administration degree programs in the country by Best Master of Science in Nursing Degrees. Read the Press Release.


The MSN Nursing Administration (MSN-NA) area of emphasis is 100% online and requires 36 hours of credit.

The three components of the Master of Science in Nursing curriculum:

1. The core curriculum component is comprised of twelve (12) credit hours that focuses on knowledge and skills related to nursing and related theories, leadership, advanced nursing research, and issues.

2. The area of emphasis component, which includes:

  • The nursing administration component (18 credits) provides an opportunity to acquire knowledge and skills necessary to administer/manage rural/underserved primary care agencies, home health care, and other health care agencies or units.

3. The elective component (6 credits) for the Nursing Administration area of emphasis allows students to choose one of four options: 1) thesis, 2) role development courses in teaching, or 3) elective courses related to the student’s area of interest, or 4) organizational dynamics or financial strategies in administration.

 


Plans of Study: Nursing Administration PDF


MSN Admission Requirements


Contact:
Robin Walton, Ed.D.
Telephone: 304-696-2634
Email: walton@marshall.edu

 

100% 2020 Pass Rate on the RN Licensure Exam
Congratulations to our 2020 Pre-Licensure BSN Graduates who received 100% pass rate on the NCLEX-RN exam!
100% 2019 Pass Rate on the FNP Certification Exam
Congratulations to our 2019 FNP graduates who received a 100% pass rate on the FNP Certification exam for the second year in a row! Thank you to our MSN faculty who helped make this possible.

Contact Us

Location: Fourth Floor, Prichard Hall
Phone: 304-696-5272

For the Pre-licensure BSN program

bsn-nursing@marshall.edu

For the RN to BSN program

rntobsn-nursing@marshall.edu

For the MSN program

msn-nursing@marshall.edu