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California State University, Long Beach
Department of Nursing

Master of Science in Nursing/Nursing and Health Systems Executive Mangement
*New Program Beginning FALL 2015

Core Courses

  • NRSG 559 - Foundations for Nursing and Health Systems Executive Management
  • NRSG 596 - Research for Advanced Nursing Practice
  • HCA 515 - Advanced Financial Management in Healthcare

Clinical Courses

  • NRSG 676 - Organizing & Structuring Optimal Healing Environments
  • NRSG 676L - Practicum in Organizing & Structuring Optimal Healing Environments
  • NRSG 677 - Management of Human Resources & Professional Relationships In Nursing & Health Systems
  • NRSG 677L - Practicum in Human Resources & Professional Relationships in Nursing & Health Systems
  • NRSG 678 - Continuous Quality Improvement in Nursing & Health Systems
  • NRSG 678L - Practicum in Continuous Quality Improvement in Nursing & Health Systems
  • NRSG 679 - Nursing & Health Systems Governance & Population-Based Care Delivery

Culminating Event Course

  • NRSG 693 - Project (Executive Management)
 
(All requirements contained on these pages are superceded by the official information published in the CSULB Catalog of the current academic year. To see an online copy, visit this official university page.)

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PREREQUISITES

  • A bachelor’s degree in nursing preferred. A bachelor’s degree in a related field will be considered.
  • Current, non-restricted license to practice as a Registered Nurse in California
  • Admission to graduate standing in nursing at the University
  • An upper division public health nursing course with lab for non-baccalaureate in nursing graduates
  • A college-level statistics course
  • Completion of ACCT 201 (or equivalent)
  • Completion of one of the following course (or equivalent) ECON 101, ECON 300
  • An overall GPA of 3.0 or better in the undergraduate program
  • Graduate Record Exam (GRE) Analytical Writing Section only at a score of 4.0 to be completed within 5 years and prior to application