Grand Valley State University's Master of Science in nursing (M.S.N.) is offered through the university's Kirkhof College of Nursing. The M.S.N. program prepares professional nurses as advanced generalists to serve as leaders within clinical microsystems (patient care units/settings) in a reformed health care system.
The M.S.N. curriculum is designed to provide students with the leadership skills essential for the integration of evidence-based practice at the patient-provider interface and coordination of care delivery process that will improve client outcomes in a cost-effective, fiscally responsible manner.
- Flexible. Classes are offered in a variety of formats to accommodate working professionals.
- Versatile. Graduates will be prepared to provide nursing care by applying advanced knowledge, improve health care by assuming leadership roles, and contribute to the advancement of the profession.
- Practical. Graduates will have an exceptional blend of clinical, organizational, economic, and leadership skills and be able to contribute to health care reform.
- Convenient. Courses are offered primarily at the Cook-DeVos Center for Health Sciences in downtown Grand Rapids.
The MSN curriculum for an advanced generalist consists of 41 credits completed over 7 semesters.
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