Earn the credential you need to advance your career and enter positions of nursing leadership.
Enter the next level of your nursing career with the online Master of Science in Nursing Management and Quality Leadership at D’Youville.
As a working nurse, the online master’s in nursing management and quality leadership can prepare you for management roles and train you to become a change agent in your field. Combining a solid theoretical base with extensive practical training, you’ll gain the comprehensive learning experience you need to successfully advance to the next phase of your career.
Topics of study in the management and quality leadership online degree are varied and relevant, and include financial management, nursing informatics, project advisement, nursing communication, and more. In addition, you’ll also complete 180 hours of a leadership practicum. This extensive hands-on experience is rare in online programs, and allows you to build an invaluable background in nursing management. Many students complete this component at their place of employment, giving you the ability to immediately apply what you’ve learned to the field.
The leadership and management online degree is taught by experienced nursing leaders who are practicing healthcare professionals. You can expect a culture of mentorship and an inclusive, service-oriented environment. Because the program is offered fully online, you’ll also have total flexibility in your schedule, allowing you to balance school with your work and life commitments.
D’Youville’s online MS in Nursing Management and Quality Leadership requires 30 credit hours, and can be completed in less than two years. It is accredited by the American Association of Colleges of Nursing and CCNE. Classes are offered in 15 week sessions, with rolling admissions beginning every spring and fall.
This role does not require a new NEW YORK STATE license. Students residing in New York State who complete the Online MS in Nursing Management and Quality Leadership program meet the educational preparation which along with required management experience may qualify graduates to sit for the American Organization of Nursing Leadership’s Nurse Executive Certification Examination.