United States University College of Nursing
The US University College of Nursing offers undergraduate and graduate programs to help working nurses turn their RN into a BSN or their BSN into one of our three MSN programs. The Baccalaureate degree in nursing and master’s degree in nursing at United States University is a new applicant pursuing initial accreditation by the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education, One Dupont Circle, NW, Suite 530, Washington, DC 20036, and (202)887-6791. New applicant status is neither a status of accreditation nor a guarantee that accreditation will be granted.
Demonstrate the ability to effectively and engage in collaborative intra and inter-disciplinary relationships in the conduct of advanced practice.Demonstrate leadership and effective management strategies for advanced practice, including proficiency in the use of information technology/technology resources to support practice and ensure continuity of patient careSynthesize concepts and theories from nursing and related disciplines to form the basis for developing and integrating new approaches to nursing practice for the whole /healthy human beingDesign and implement advocacy strategies that address health care policies and issues of social justice and equity in healthcareAnalyze socio-cultural, spiritual, ethical economic and political issues that influence and lead to the highest level of nursing practiceUtilize the process of scientific inquiry to validate and refine knowledge relevant to nursingDemonstrate effective direct patient care, clinical prevention and population health care within the context of socio-economic policies, appropriate scientific data, and exigencies of the individual patientDemonstrate expertise in a defined area of advanced practice and develop and articulate a vision for nursing practice in a selected organization.
Face-to-Face - Graduate Degree
US Universitys MSN/FNP program is designed for nurses who hold a bachelors degree and seek the continuing education required for obtaining a license to practice in conjunction with a physician. The degree can be completed within 24 months and includes a mix of coursework and clinical practice hours that you arrange to complement your academic studies.
Throughout the course of your studies you will focus on developing the skills needed to assume the interrelated roles of a Nurse Practitioner: clinician, teacher, researcher, advocate, consultant, change agent, collaborator, and leader/manager of systems.
Program features include:
- Health & Health Care: Nursing
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