MSN 6500 Leadership Roles in Advanced Nursing Practice

As an introduction to graduate studies, this course seeks to orient the student to graduate education. This course builds on the classical and modern aspects of organizations and the role of managers as leaders and facilitators of change. Theoretical frameworks and organizational theory and design are introduced to support students’ understanding of how to implement policy within and practice settings. This course emphasizes design concepts that impact employee motivation, interpersonal relationships, group dynamics, leadership, teams, and organizational culture in the context of both emerging theory and current/future innovation and evidence-based practice. Students will develop the ability to apply quality improvement principles in care across the continuum.

*This course is aligned with the AACN Essentials (Domains/Competencies/Sub-competencies/Clinical Concepts)

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Credits

3