Designed for experienced nurses who want to expand their career options, the Master of Science in Nursing with a specialization in Quality and Safety prepares nurses to assume a broader leadership role in risk management related to quality and safety improvement within a healthcare organization while actively participating in and leading interdisciplinary teams.
The course outcomes are aligned with the American Association of Colleges (AACN) MSN Essentials (2011). Specialization-focused courses are also aligned with the Graduate-Level Quality and Safety Education in Nursing (QSEN) Competencies.
"The Master of Science in Nursing program at NCU is pursuing initial accreditation by the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education, 655 K Street NW, Suite 750, Washington, DC 20001, 202-887-6791. (http://www.ccneaccreditation.org). Applying for accreditation does not guarantee that accreditation will be granted."
|Credit Hours||Courses||Est. Time to Complete|
|MSN||36||12||26 months||View Course Catalog|
NCU offers weekly course starts, no scheduled lecture hours, no group assignments, weekly assignments, and the ability to schedule courses around your personal and professional obligations.
100% Doctoral Faculty
No matter the degree level you pursue, you can rest assured that you will be mentored by doctors in your field of study.
You won't have to fight for facetime as one of many within a classroom. At NCU, you'll have the opportunity to interact one to one with your professor, receiving personalized mentoring.
Quality and Safety Learning Outcomes
- Assess nursing care against professional standards of care and community needs
- Recommend professional nursing practices using research and evidence-based practice models
- Prioritize accountability and responsibility in professional judgment, ethics, and actions
- Recommend new models for nursing in an expanded role of citizen in the global society
- Evaluate policies and economics related to health care delivery
- Identify sources and areas of improvement for nursing quality and patient safety