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1 Curry College s Master of Science in Nursing is designed for nurses who want to enhance their practice with cutting-edge knowledge and skills. Among the program features are: Convenient campus locations A superb nursing faculty committed to excellence in nursing education A cohort based model where students will stay together as a group throughout the program A 2 year commitment; one full day of classes per week Extensive clinical immersion at a range of clinical sites Application for Admission Curry accepts applications on a rolling basis and space in the cohort is limited. Admissions decisions are normally made within two weeks of the receipt of all application materials. We encourage applicants to complete their applications by July 1 for the upcoming Fall cohort. After that time, applications will be considered on a space available basis. Cohort Enrollment Policy Curry College s MSN is a cohort program with classes held one day each week for five semesters. Students entering Curry s MSN degree program commit to continuous enrollment with the same group of students. Therefore, once enrolled, changing cohorts is not an option, except for extraordinary reasons. Extraordinary reasons, for example, are documented health or family emergencies. Any student who requests to delay continuous enrollment in their cohort must make a formal request in writing to the Director of the MSN Program. The request must include documentation of the extraordinary reason for changing the cohort sequence. The Director and/or the Dean may request further information. Decisions are made by the Director of the MSN Program, with final approval or rejection by the Dean of Continuing and Graduate Studies. All decisions are final. Length of Time to Complete Program All course work and program requirements must be completed within six years. Grades and Academic Standing The minimum passing grade in each course is a B- (80) and is necessary for progression in the program. A grade of C+ or lower in any course is cause for academic review. A course can only be repeated once. Students must maintain a minimum grade point average of 3.0 to remain in good academic standing. Academic review will take place if the GPA falls below a 3.0. Students must also maintain a satisfactory rate of progress measured by cumulative attempted credits. A student is making satisfactory progress when at least 67% of attempted credits have been completed with a passing grade. The complete Graduate Academic Standing policy can be found on the Curry website at: Go to Graduate Programs>Nursing>Advising & Support. Additional policies and information for the MSN program are in a nursing policy and information booklet. 132 CURRY COLLEGE DIVISION OF CONTINUING AND GRADUATE STUDIES COURSE CATALOG

2 Curriculum Requirements The first two semesters include core graduate nursing courses. The MSN program is comprised 35 or 37 credits depending on the track (Nurse Educator and Clinical Nurse Leader, respectively). The first year of the curriculum is identical for both concentrations; the concentrations diverge in Fall semester of Year 2. The table below outlines the curriculum for the concentrations. NURSE EDUCATOR CONCENTRATION REQUIREMENTS Semester 1- Fall MSN 6200 Advanced Pathophysiology 3 credits MSN 6000 Advanced Assessment and Clinical Reasoning 3 credits MSN 6600 Information and Health Information Management 3 credits Semester 2- Spring MSN 6300 Nursing Theory, Science and Evidence-based Practice 3 credits MSN 6500 Advanced Pharmacology 3 credits MSN 6040 Research and Statistical Analysis 3 credits Semester 3- Fall MSN 6460 Curriculum Theory, Development, Design and Evaluation 3 credits MSN 6760 Teaching Strategies and Evaluation Methods 3 credits MSN 6450 Health Policy, Systems and Financing 3 credits Semester 4- Spring MSN 7892 Capstone Course: Seminar (scholarly project) 2 credits MSN 7863 Teaching Practicum in Nursing Education 3 credits MSN 6160 Leadership and Role of the Nurse Educator 3 credits Total Required Credits: 35 CURRY COLLEGE DIVISION OF CONTINUING AND GRADUATE STUDIES COURSE CATALOG

3 MSN 6000 Advanced Assessment and 3 credits Clinical Reasoning Advanced assessment builds on basic physical assessment concepts and addresses comprehensive health assessment. The course applies clinical decision making models while integrating assessment skills and techniques. Emphasis is placed on techniques of complete history taking and systematic physical assessment utilized by the Clinical Nurse Leader in the identification of health needs in differing care environments. MSN 6040 Research and Statistical 3 credits Analysis This course examines research design, analysis, and strategies for incorporation into nursing practice. It focuses on methods of using research findings to solve identified clinical problems, and in developing questions appropriate for population-based research. The course prepares students to conduct analytic critiques of the research literature for scientific merit, and to synthesize these critiques for application to practice. Students will examine evidenced based guidelines and will articulate their research base to evaluate outcomes. The course emphasizes research-based nursing practice in clinical population management. MSN 6100 Leadership 3 credits This course focuses on the history, development and integration of the role of the master s prepared nurse as a reflective practitioner. Course content includes leadership, chaos, and complexity theories, and the relationship of these theories to error and innovation in health care. Concepts of conflict,change and communication, coaching and mentoring, and advocacy, vision and creativity are discussed. Emphasis is placed on the development of individual leadership abilities by creating an opportunity for students to assess and reflect upon their own approaches to leadership. MSN 6200 Advanced Pathophysiology 3 credits This course emphasizes utilizing knowledge of physiological alterations as a framework for clinical decision-making. Includes novel and break through scientific gains in pathophysiology using the most current literature and evidence. MSN 6300 Nursing Theory, Science and 3 credits Evidence Based Practice This course focuses on nursing science, nursing theorists, adjunctive discipline theorists, and the use of evidence based information to advance nursing knowledge. Learners discuss and analyze conceptual and theoretical perspectives specific to advanced nursing practice. The processes of creating theory based practice guidelines will be explored. Emphasis is on creating strategies for making theory based practice a reality in the practice environment. MSN 6400 Quality Management of 3 credits the Environment Based on organizational theory, students are introduced to the health care system as a laterally integrated care environment. The current National Patient Safety Goals, the Institute of Medicine (IOM) indicators of quality patient care, and evidence based practice as essential components of an environmental culture which promotes quality and provides the framework for the course. The course highlights the communication, collaboration, consultation, and leadership skills needed to enhance the student s ability to question and analyze clinical issues and enhance clinical judgments. The course assesses areas within the micro/meso system using evidence-based data to effect change through quality / performance improvement and educational programs. The relationship of safe quality care to effective delegation and clinical resource utilization will be analyzed. The course emphasizes the role of the Clinical Nurse Leader as a leader, educator, and advocate for safe, cost effective quality care. MSN 6401 Practicum 1: Quality 1 credit Management of the Environment This course provides for initiation into the CNL role in a care setting where management of clinical systems and national patient safety goals can be assessed and evaluated. Students learn to serve as both leader and partner on an interdisciplinary health care team in a selected clinical site. Emphasis is placed on the integration of theory and research discussed in earlier courses and the organization and leadership theory presented in NSG The student will select and describe a focused clinical problem that would have implications for improvement in clinical patient outcomes. Students begin to learn to effectively delegate and manage nursing resources. 134 CURRY COLLEGE DIVISION OF CONTINUING AND GRADUATE STUDIES COURSE CATALOG

4 MSN 6450 Health Policy, Systems 3 credits and Financing This course provides the student with an overview of development, implementation, and evaluation of health policy on local, national, and global levels. The student considers the impact of health care policies on a variety of stakeholders including patients and families, care providers, insurers, and governmental regulators. A discussion of the impact of health policy financing and reimbursement within both public and private health care delivery organizations allows the learner to develop insight into considerations for individual nursing practice. MSN 6460 Curriculum Theory, 3 credits Development, Frameworks/Design and Evaluation Methods This course is designed to provide the student with practical applications in curriculum design, including the development of a teaching/learning philosophy, mission statement, programmatic goals, learning objectives, individual courses, and teaching plans needed to design effective nursing and health-related curricula for diverse learning and populations. The course will explore various curriculum frameworks and models. A selected curriculum model will be analyzed identifying successes and opportunities for improvement. The course will also incorporate practical applications in assessment of learning outcomes, systematic test construction using multiple-choice format and alternative formats, and basic test statistics. MSN 6500 Advanced Pharmacology 3 credits Advanced pharmacology builds upon a basic understanding of the concepts and principles of pharmacology. Advancing knowledge of drug actions, clinical usage of drugs and rationales for drug therapy are included. Physiological factors of disease processes are related to drug mechanisms. MSN 6600 Information and Health 3 credits Information Systems This hybrid course will use classroom and online approaches for class content. TIGER (Technology Informatics Guiding Educational Reform) competencies will guide course content. Students will assess systems that underlie all information technologies, and change theories. Students will utilize informatics to assess the care environment and to improve patient care outcomes and will demonstrate a beginning competency in informatics to monitor, educate and improve organizational and clinical performance. The role of the master s prepared nurse as a participant in the design and implementation of information technology systems in departmental and hospital-wide initiatives will be understood in the context of current workplace environments. MSN 6760 Teaching Strategies and 3 credits Evaluation Methods This course will explore learning theories including principles of adult learning; assessment of learning styles and assessment/measurement & evaluation methods as well as critical thinking integration and clinical simulation. Cultural needs of learners as a basis for developing appropriate learning and teaching environments and effective instructional strategies will be introduced. Various teaching modalities will be examined including traditional lecture; Instructional Technology (online and Simulation) in order to expand on technology skills that support the nurse educator in the virtual learning environment. This course prepares the student educator with the skills to utilize available technology for the development of on-line course work for the academic setting and program development for staff and patient education and the preparation community outreach programs. MSN 6700 Outcome Decision Analysis 3 credits Using a theoretical and research basis for effecting change to improve patient outcomes is a major focus. Students will use principles of epidemiology to identify risk factors for specific populations and examine variables that influence health outcomes. The importance of patient s perceptions, coping skills, and understanding of health and illness, to achieve optimal outcomes is integrated. Emphasis is placed on providing interventions for nursing care, health education, disease prevention and risk reduction to a specific population. Concepts related to health maintenance will be analyzed from theoretical and evidence based perspectives. Effects of cultural beliefs on response to acute and chronic illness will be discussed. Enhancement of the reflective practitioner role is continued. MSN 6701 Clinical Leadership 1 credit Practicum 2: Outcomes Management This is a clinical practice course, which provides for a continuation of initiation into the CNL role. Improving selected patient outcomes is a major focus. Interventions for nursing care, health education, disease prevention and risk reduction CURRY COLLEGE DIVISION OF CONTINUING AND GRADUATE STUDIES COURSE CATALOG

5 will be discussed as they apply to the student s specific clinical site. Emphasis is placed on developing a plan to ameliorate or improve the one clinical outcome problem described in NSG MSN 7863 Teaching Practicum in 3 credits Nursing Education The purpose of this course is to provide practicum hours for the Nursing Educator track (approximately 135 hours). One portion of the clinical hours will be in a clinical agency where the student will assess educational learning opportunities. The second will be a precepted experience with nursing education faculty/instructors and will provide the student access to selected learning environments, clinical exposures, laboratory exercises, simulation, and faculty meetings. MSN 7982 Capstone CNL Seminar 2 credits The capstone seminar allows students to apply skills acquired in their master s course work and collaborate more with faculty to design a specific clinical project. Using critical analysis of data sets or other clinical instruments for decision-making, the student will implement a project or an evidence-based practice intervention appropriate to the CNL role. The final paper will be submitted in manuscript form suitable for publication. Students will lead a discussion on a focused clinical population problem related to their clinical setting. Clinical topics and populations will focus on the leading health indicators and the national priority areas. MSN 7983 Capstone: Mentored 3 credits Immersion The final clinical immersion course is an extensive clinical experience mentored by an experienced nurse leader. The student will expand and refine the analytical and management skills related to the CNL role. This immersion experience will provide the student with the opportunity to implement the CNL role as a reflective practitioner in a chosen care environment. The focus is on taking responsibility for the design, coordination, and management of health care and systems appropriate to the client/patient population. Communication, collaboration, negotiation, delegation, coordination and evaluation of interdisciplinary team will be integrated within the practice setting. 136 CURRY COLLEGE DIVISION OF CONTINUING AND GRADUATE STUDIES COURSE CATALOG

6 CNL CONCENTRATION REQUIREMENTS: Master of Science in Nursing Semester 1 - Fall MSN 6200 Advanced Pathophysiology 3 credits MSN 6000 Advanced Assessment and Clinical Reasoning 3 credits MSN 6600 Information and Health Information Systems 3 credits Semester 2 - Spring MSN 6300 Nursing Theory, Science and Evidence-Based Practice 3 credits MSN 6500 Advanced Pharmacology 3 credits MSN 6040 Research and Statistical Analysis 3 credits Summer Session l MSN 6400 Nursing: Quality Management of the Environment 3 credits MSN 6401 Practicum 1 Quality Management of the Environment 1 credit Semester 3 - Fall MSN 6700 Outcome Decision Analysis 3 credits MSN 6701 Clinical Leadership Practicum 2 Outcomes Management 1 credit MSN 6450 Health Policy, Systems and Financing 3 credits Semester 4 - Spring MSN 7892 Capstone Course: Seminar (scholarly project) 2 credits MSN 7893 Capstone Clinical: Mentored Immersion (300 hours) 3 credits MSN 6100 Leadership 3 credits Total Required Credits: 37 CURRY COLLEGE DIVISION OF CONTINUING AND GRADUATE STUDIES COURSE CATALOG

7 CNL EDUCATION Semester 1 - Fall Semester 1-Fall MSN 6200 Advanced Pathophysiology 3 Advanced Pathophysiology 3 MSN 6000 Advanced Assessment and 3 Advanced Assessment and 3 Clinical Reasoning Clinical Reasoning MSN 6600 Information and Health 3 Information and Health 3 Information Systems Information Systems Semester 2 - Spring Semester 2-Spring MSN 6300 Nursing Science and Evidence 3 Nursing Science and Evidence 3 Based Practice Based Practice MSN 6500 Advanced Pharmacology 3 Advanced Pharmacology 3 MSN 6040 Research and Statistical Analysis 3 Research and Statistical Analysis 3 Summer Session MSN 6400 Nursing: Quality Management 3 of the Environment MSN 6401 Practicum 1 Quality 1 Management of the Environment Summer Session Semester 3 - Fall Semester 3 - Fall MSN 6700 Outcome Decision Analysis 3 MSN 6460 Curriculum Theory, 3 MSN 6701 Clinical Leadership Practicum 2 1 Development, Design and Outcomes Management Evaluation MSN 6450 Health Policy, Systems and 3 MSN 6760 Teaching Strategies and 3 Financing Evaluation Methods MSN 6450 Health Policy, Systems and Financing 3 Semester 4 - Spring Semester 4-Spring MSN 7892 Capstone Course: CNL- MSN 7892 Capstone Course: 2 Seminar (scholarly project) 2 Seminar (scholarly project) MSN 7893 Capstone-Clinical: 3 MSN 7863 Teaching Practicum 3 Mentored Immersion (300 hours) in Nursing Education MSN 6100 Leadership 3 (135 hours) MSN 6160 Leadership and Role of 3 the Nurse Educator Total Credits 37 Total Credits CURRY COLLEGE DIVISION OF CONTINUING AND GRADUATE STUDIES COURSE CATALOG

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