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Health Systems Administration Curriculum

The M.S.N., H.S.A. prepares you to be effective nurse leader in executive practice through a 30-credit curriculum that addresses all aspects of hospital administration as well as nursing. The program includes four core M.S.N., H.S.A. courses as well as seven courses in health systems administration. It takes about two years to complete. An active nursing license and a B.S.N. is a requirement for admittance into this program.

Curriculum Plan (30 Credits)
NURS 6123 Theoretical Basis of Nursing (3)
NURS 6124 Forces in Health Care (3)
NURS 7141 Nursing Research I (3)
NURS 9919 Using Research for Evidence-Based Practice (3)
NURS 6224 Nursing and Health Systems Administration (3)
NURS 6304 Case Management (3)
NURS 6305 Financial Management of Health Care Systems (3)
NURS 6306 Legal and Risk Management Issues in Health Care (3)
NURS 7307 Managed Care and Reimbursement Systems (Clinical Course) (3)
NURS 7310 Managerial Internship in Health Systems Administration (Clinical Course) (3)

There are no on-campus clinical experiences, but a total of 85 clinical hours are completed between NURS 7307 and NURS 7310. Those 85 clinical hours are divided as follows: student are expected to complete a total of 40 clinical hours in NURS 7307 and a total of 45 clinical hours in NURS 7310.

Course Descriptions

The baccalaureate degree program in nursing/master's degree program in nursing/Doctor of Nursing Practice program and post-graduate APRN certificate programs at Seton Hall University are accredited by the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education, 655 K Street, NW, Suite 750, Washington, DC 20001, 202-887-6791.

An online M.S.N., H.S.A. from Seton Hall University provides the immersive experiences and quality education you need to cost-effectively lead the provision of quality care to make a difference for patients. Contact an Admissions Advisor at (844) 823-1198 to learn more or Request More Information.