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The online MSN in Nursing Leadership in Health Systems Management prepares practicing nurses for senior roles in a constantly evolving and demanding health care environment. Graduates of this program will develop the skills and expertise necessary to become nursing managers and leaders.
This track teaches nurses how to solve problems, make decisions and operationalize the delivery of high-quality health care. With a focus on leadership training and the development of fiscal management, legal and ethical issues, strategic planning, organizational structures and marketing, Drexel’s MSN in Nursing Leadership in Health Systems Management prepares graduates for exciting opportunities and real career advancement in a bourgeoning field.
This program focuses on information systems management and evidence-based decision-making for aspiring nurse administrators. These two skill sets are absolutely critical for today's nurse executives and Drexel’s MSN in Nursing Leadership in Health Systems Management gives graduates an upperhand in using these tools to manage health care environments.
Students will also take part in clinical role practicum to provide an experiential learning environment that fosters the leadership skills necessary for complex health care systems and settings.**
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**MARYLAND RESIDENTS: Students taking an online course with a clinical component or practicum CANNOT complete the clinical or practicum portion of the course within the state of Maryland at this time. If you are a licensed Registered Nurse (R.N.) you may complete a clinical or practicum in Virginia and Delaware which share in a Nurse Compact for Licensure with Maryland. Students who reside in Maryland may continue to take online courses at Drexel University, but they must do the clinical portion of the course in another state. If you have already made arrangements to complete you clinical in Maryland, please contact your Academic Advisor or Director of Clinical Education immediately to help you find a new clinical site. Drexel University is currently in the process of applying for a Certificate for Approval to Operate in Maryland.